Showing posts with label Home Automation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Home Automation. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Nice strengthens Global Smart Home & Building Automation Leadership Position


#Nice strengthens Global Smart Home & Building Automation Leadership Position with #Nortek Security & Control LLC #Acquisition | #TpromoCom #SmartHome #BuildingAutomation | Nice announced today it has acquired Nortek Security & Control, LLC from Melrose Industries. https://bit.ly/3Af1E5R

Nortek Security & Control is a leading developer of technology for security, home automation, control, power, AV and entertainment, access control, health, and artificial intelligence (AI) systems for residential and commercial markets.

With this acquisition and addition of strategic award-winning brands - including 2GIG®, ELAN®, Linear®, MightyMule®, Proficient®, SpeakerCraft®, Gefen®, Xantech®, Panamax®, Furman®, numera®, and IntelliVision® - Nice expands its portfolio to provide a full suite of integrated solutions for residential, commercial, industrial, and government customers, from consumer DIY to custom and professionally-installed specialized products and high-security applications.

The move substantially strengthens the presence of Nice in the North American market and doubles its R&D capacity to further accelerate innovation and expansion of platform-based integrated solutions, considerably enlarging the Nice customer base globally in a fast-growing market. The partners of Nice and Nortek Security & Control will experience an enhancement of their current relationships through a larger organization with an even stronger commitment to the channel. Nice is a global company with a regional presence to focus on its local markets and partners.  

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Monday, June 7, 2021

Best IoT-driven Home Automation Protocols

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Best IoT-driven Home Automation Protocols | #TpromoCom #HomeAutomation #SmartHome #IoT | If you own a talking virtual assistant like Alexa, a wearable device like FitBit or a smart television, you are already experiencing IoT at fundamental levels (iotbusinessnews). https://bit.ly/3w1v0DI

Though these standalone devices don’t make up for an IoT based home automation solution, they still communicate with each other for data and insights.

Generally, brand manufacturers have their own distinct operating protocols for their range of products and services, where the language of one device wouldn’t be understood by another device, or data interoperability would simply be restricted and more.

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Friday, May 14, 2021

Amazon is not Slowing Down in the Smart Home Space

Amazon is not Slowing Down in the Smart Home Space | #TpromoCom #Amazon #HomeAutomation #SmartHome | Following the plethora of smart home announcements showcased at CES earlier this year, the smart home space continues to see a lot of activity in the first half of 2021, particularly in product and user-interface innovation. https://bit.ly/2STc7nJ

Amazon, in particular, announced new products, added new features to existing devices, and continued its efforts to expand product capabilities and provide additional value and features for its Ring and Echo users. 

Ring introduced a trio of outdoor smart home security devices. The new outdoor siren and wall lights are consistent with Ring’s home security strategy, which is centered on crime deterrence. Ring also debuted a new $60 video doorbell, the company’s cheapest video doorbell yet. With lower-priced products becoming increasingly available in the competitive smart home market, Ring is also taking measures to improve the value of its existing products. The company introduced a Smart Responses feature powered by Alexa for its video doorbells and announced the long-awaited Geofence feature for all Ring camera devices. By adding these additional features to its already successful products, Ring is continuing to assert its dominance and competitiveness of its devices in the market. (read more

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Sunday, April 25, 2021

Project Connected Home over IP Releases Details and Roadmap

Project Connected Home over IP Releases Details and Roadmap
| #TpromoCom #HomeAutomation #ConnectedHome #HomeControl | It’s no secret that fragmentation plagues the smart home (ParksAssociates). https://bit.ly/3ezfgjC

Due to an incredibly diverse ecosystem of products, plus numerous competing communication protocols, seamless device-to-device interaction is difficult to achieve. For instance, 40% of smart home device owners who have had technical problems with a smart home device report having difficulty getting the device to interact with other devices in their home. 

Device-to-device integration issues are among the top 4 technical issues smart home device owners experience, along with loss of wireless connectivity, device unresponsiveness, and short battery life.

Major industry players, including Apple, Amazon, Google, Samsung, Comcast, NXP, and others joined with the Zigbee Alliance in December 2019 to launch Project Connected home over IP, also known as Project CHIP. Project CHIP is an open source, single IP-based standard designed to... (read more)


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Wednesday, April 7, 2021

European Home Automation Systems (#HAS) Market Outlook to 2027

European Home Automation Systems (#HAS) Market Outlook to 2027
| #TpromoCom #HomeAutomation #HomeControl | European Renovation Wave Strategy Drives Demand - ResearchAndMarkets (businesswire)  https://bit.ly/3rYmbro

The "European Renovation Wave Strategy Drives Demand for Home Automation Systems (HAS) Market, 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This research explores growth opportunities in the European home automation systems market and the possibility of the European Renovation Wave strategy accelerating the demand for such products. The research analyses key drivers and restraints that influence market growth, key country-level trends and market measurements, competitive landscape, and key growth opportunities and strategic imperatives for market participants. (read more)





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Friday, March 19, 2021

12M US households have cut the cord and 15M have mobile broadband only

12M US households have cut the cord and 15M have mobile broadband only
| #TpromoCom #Broadband #Cellular #Internet | Parks Associates estimates that across the US, 15 million households are currently mobile-only – which means that household members have mobile data plans but do not have a home internet subscription (Parks). 
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Of this 15 million, 12 million were at one point fixed broadband subscribers. That is, for one reason or another, they cancelled their home broadband service. Some of the most common reasons are included in the chart below:


2020 and its assorted pressures – the shelter in place early in the year, social distancing measures, remote work and schooling – increased consumers’ reliance on the internet, and served to slow down growth in mobile-only households and actually encourage many consumers to re-subscribe to home internet. For example, although an estimated 4 million mobile-only households were new to the category as of September, the mobile-only category as a whole grew by just 600,000 – indicating considerable turnover in this segment in the past year.

Adoption and Perception of Broadband finds that smart Wi-Fi or mesh networking products that would improve Wi-Fi coverage are powerful incentives to staunch churn, as 75% of households likely to switch would stay with their current provider if offered these solutions. Currently 94% of all US broadband households use Wi-Fi networking at home, and more than half report problems with their internet experience.

With 5G deployment and adoption accelerating, as well as COVID-19 vaccines rolling out, it remains to be seen if growth in mobile-only will resume to its pre-2020 levels, or if the COVID-19 tailwinds have helped to permanently stem broadband cord-cutting.

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Monday, February 1, 2021

Alarm.com to Announce 2020 Fourth Quarter Financial Results on February 25, 2021


Alarm.com to Announce 2020 Fourth Quarter Financial Results on February 25, 2021 | #TpromoCom | Alarm.com Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: ALRM), the leading platform for the intelligently connected property, today announced that it will report 2020 fourth quarter financial results after the market close on Thursday, February 25, 2021. http://bit.ly/3arMwYh
 
Management will host a conference call and webcast to discuss the Company's financial results at 4:30 p.m. ET that same day.

What: Alarm.com 2020 Fourth Quarter Financial Results Conference Call
When: Thursday, February 25, 2021
Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Conf ID: 5419089
Live Call: US/Canada Toll-Free: (866) 588-3290
International: (262) 558-6169
Replay: US/Canada Toll-Free: (855) 859-2056
International: (404) 537-3406
(Available approximately two hours after the completion of the live call until 7:30 p.m. ET on March 4, 2021)
Webcast: http://investors.alarm.com/

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