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What To Expect In Your Free Demo?

• All your questions answered on the best practices for laboratory monitoring
• Interactive presentation explaining Lab Monitoring-as-a-Service
• Software demo of our data-centric, OEM agnostic platform
• Review of our industrial grade sensors and hardware
• In depth overview of the 24/7 Live Support Team dedicated to monitoring your lab
• No commitment whatsoever

What makes our Service Different From Other Solutions?

No one installs software anywhere: it’s licensed as a service. Just like XiltriX. Why pay for hardware that’ll be obsolete in a few years?
Why limit your options? XiltriX offers a scalable service at a predictable cost that requires no infrastructure investment for our clients.
Here are a few other ways we’re different.

XILTRIX
OTHER PROVIDERS
ARCHITECTURE
Cloud-based, with a central management, web and mobile GUI interface.
Frequently logging-based (contains fragmented architecture). Limited configurability, usually not centrally managed.
SECURITY
Utilizes the latest software and data security protocols, role-based access levels, and central management systems
Many others use premise-based software that is often outdated and not user-friendly.
REDUNDANCY
Multiple levels of redundancy in power, connectivity, and alarm escalation protocols. Built-in, 48-hr battery in case of power failure
Due to limited nature, single points of failure are extremely common.
SCALABILITY
Unlimited, with modular architecture. Easily set up and add new end-points or locations.
Contain limited to very few hundred end-points.
MEASUREMENT FREQUENCY
Real-time, minimum of every minute, pinging every second in an event of an alarm
Updates occur every 15 to 60 minutes. No-real time data.
ALARM TIMELINES
Immediate alarm system with cascading escalation protocols that include e-mail, SMS, and phone. Alarms are monitored at all times to ensure timely respons
Loggers push data to transceiver periodically. If network is congested, there is a risk of alarm signals not being properly received or even dropped