Deep Sentinel Announces $15M of Funding, Including Intel Capital

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PLEASANTON, Calif. —Deep Sentinel, a security provider offering 24/7 live video monitoring by remote guards aided by proprietary artificial intelligence technology, announces a $15 million funding round. The investment is led by Intel Capital with participation from Shasta Ventures, Slow Ventures, UP2398 and Jason Calacanis’ The Syndicate.

Deep Sentinel’s smart home security systems provide protection against potential intruders with the use of high-definition cameras, AI and human intervention. Its technology is designed to identify potential threats in real-time and alert the company’s trained security guards to communicate directly with the home or business owner, and law enforcement if necessary. According to the company, Deep Sentinel’s ability to provide 24/7 monitoring and instant response has created a proactive and effective security solution for home and small and medium-sized business owners in the U.S.

“With this funding, we’re able to increase the affordability, availability, and reliability of our security solutions,” says Dave Selinger, CEO and co-founder of Deep Sentinel. “This investment advances our best-of-breed offering combining hardware, software and 24/7 monitoring service and enables us to direct our resources towards our core value: AI-powered security that actually stops crimes. Our AI-enabled security systems are the best solution to the growing threats to businesses and homes in the U.S. We can further serve our mission of making the world’s best security product available to all customers.”

Deep Sentinel further says it has integrated Intel’s NUC into its product line to deliver the same live guard surveillance service for which the company is known. The Mini-Hub features an Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics, 16GB of RAM and a 500GB SSD. It supports up to six PoE cameras.

“Since installing Deep Sentinel’s technology on our business properties, its lightning-fast connectivity and reliability has been astounding,” adds Jack Azbill, owner of Varitec Systems. “Being a commercial integrator, it is important for systems to be simple for the end user, but yet robust in features. Deep Sentinel meets those needs.”

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