Intamac powers first affordable connected home solutions at CES

UK-based company makes US debut at CES with major partners including D-Link, Black & Decker, Alcatel-Lucent & Samsung

The Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV, January 7, 2010 - Connected home provider Intamac Systems will be bringing a range of new connected home applications - including monitoring and controlling home security, energy, automation and telecare through the internet and cell phones - to 2010 International CES, the world's largest consumer electronics show, on January 7 -10 in Las Vegas.

The UK company's intelligent cloud -based platform - which manages and communicates with home electronic devices such as IP cameras, Zigbee thermostats, motion sensors, etc - is powering connected home solutions being demonstrated by several global partners at the show.

D -Link - South hall 4, booth 36232, LVCC - Intamac is partnering with consumer electronics giant D -Link to launch two home monitoring starter kits for affordable home security and energy management. The D -Link proposition has been recognized with a CEA Innovation award, and provides a new low -cost IP hub capable of supporting Zigbee Smart Grid or ZWave devices, giving consumers the ability to select from a broad range of services to remotely monitor and control their home environment.

Black & Decker - South hall 1, booth 21407 & 3409, LVCC - The Intamac platform will integrate the new Black & Decker Kwikset SmartCode with Home Connect Technology into the new D -Link gateway portal. Applications include allowing consumers to automatically unlock all doors in the event of a fire or other emergency to facilitate immediate access by the emergency services, and integrating their home security.

ng Connect - Venetian Veronese 2503 - As part of Alcatel -Lucent's ng Connect Program, the Intamac platform will be used to demonstrate a range of connected home services made available over the LTE network. Services demonstrated will include home security, energy management and monitoring, and remote control of devices in the home. The Intamac platform allows for multi -screen access via web, mobile phone and in -car display, making the vehicle a practical extension of the home environment.

Samsung - N239 & N241, LVCC - Intamac will be demonstrating the integration of its platform into a wide range of Samsung gateway and mobile applications and devices. Samsung has opened its UbiCell services interface allowing Intamac to demonstrate access control, reporting and full mobile control of the home environment using Femtocell technology.

"We're making our US debut with the first affordable connected home solutions for the market," said Intamac's CEO Kevin Meagher. "That we're powering the demonstrations of major consumer electronics companies shows just how robust our platform is. Whether working with service providers or utilities, we have the reliability and scalability needed, as well as the flexibility to integrate with any third party products to give consumers the widest possible choice."

Notes to editors
Follow Intamac CEO Kevin Meagher on twitter @IntamacTalk for regular updates on Intamac at CES, as well as Kevin's views and observations on the connected home, energy efficiency, smart grid, home security, telecare and home automation.

About Intamac Systems
Intamac Systems is a market leader in the integration and networking of devices within the connected home. Founded in 2000 and based in the UK, the company has developed an enterprise platform that takes advantage of broadband to deliver a wide range of innovative value -added services including security, video surveillance, automation and energy management. With fixed and mobile broadband becoming ubiquitous, Intamac Systems uses the platform to simplify the installation and deployment of devices. The platform is used to deliver a turnkey solution to partners who want to enter and make the most of opportunities in the connected home.

Intamac is listed in the 2009 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK. It also won the European Business Awards for Best New Innovation in 2008 where CEO, Kevin Meagher, received a Ruban d'Honneur for European Entrepreneur of the Year. For more information see

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