ASUS Announces Open Cloud Strategy and New Mobile Devices at MWC 2013
Compatible with a variety of operating systems, ASUS Open Cloud Computing (AOCC) aggregates cloud storage from different providers into a unified virtual service, drastically simplifies sharing photos and other media with multiple devices, and offers a wide range of online help and troubleshooting tools to solve all manner of technical problems. AOCC provides a seamless and simplified cloud experience across a range of different devices with a combination of four distinct services: AOCloud, AOLink, AOStream and AOHelp.
AOCloud aggregates cloud storage services from both ASUS and other providers into a single virtual service with a single login to make accessing files stored online much easier. AOCloud also supports personal cloud storage via ASUS AiCloud and compatible ASUS routers, so files stored on home network-attached storage (NAS) can be accessed just as easily as those stored in the cloud.
AOLink works seamlessly with AOCloud to stream audio, video and images between devices and services. AOStream is a personal journal for photos and web clippings with lightning-fast local synchronization across connected devices, and unlimited uploads to dedicated cloud storage.
AOHelp is a suite of troubleshooting tools designed to take the headache out of solving common computer problems.
The service features automatic optimization and diagnostic software, and secure remote assistance for ‘hands-on’ fixes from ASUS technical support representatives.
That's not all of course - in the meantime, check out our hands-on experience on the two new ASUS mobile devices, the FonePad and the PadFone Infinity.