Intellanet Home Automation Adds New Lighting Control Support

Intellanet, adds support for Universal Powerline Bus (UPB) technology.

Otsego, MN, August 2, 2004 - Intellanet, an innovative developer of IP -based home control and management systems announced today support for the new Universal Powerline Bus (UPB) technology.


UPB™ technology is the next generation of powerline carrier technology and is the perfect cost -effective alternative to hard -wired and RF control technologies, requiring no new wires and providing ultra -reliable communications between transmitters and receivers.

The Intellanet home control system currently has integrated X -10 support for Leviton, Smart Home Mfg., and Marrick Ltd.

"Intellanet is committed to providing cost -effective, affordable home control soutions that are easy to use and easy to install," explains Intellanet CTO Stefan Willmert. "The addition of UPB support will give our dealers another affordable lighting control option to offer their customers."

About Intellanet
Intellanet is an innovative provider of IP -based home control and management solutions to the connected home industry. We have taken the next step in providing an intelligent, self -learning home control and management system; centralizing all your electronic control needs and providing remote access from anywhere in the world.

To learn more about Intellanet home control and management systems, visit our website at www.intellanet.com, call 763 -274 -2033, or e -mail info@intellanet.com.


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