TP-LINK and Google Collaborate to Launch OnHub, a Router for a New Way to Wi-Fi

OnHub's Innovative Antenna Design Helps Maximize Wi-Fi Performance

Clare Controls Providing Automation for Lexar Homes

Popular lifestyle applications enabled through ClareHome Builder Program Partnership

Google Launches OnHub, A Souped-Up WiFi Router And Smart Home Hub

Aaron Tilley for Forbes:  Although many details about the product aren’t entirely clear yet, there are some other interesting things going on inside the router. In addition to the 13 WiFi antennas, OnHub will also come with Bluetooth and ZigBee radios to connect with smart home devices. The ZigBee radio is using the Weave communication protocol, which is designed by Google-owned Nest. Nest uses Weave to connect up its own smart home products. Essentially, OnHub could work as a smart home hub. OnHub also has a speaker built into it. No details on what kind of quality these speakers are. At this time, the speaker is mostly intended to aid in the setup process, said a TP-Link spokeswomen. But a speaker just for assisting in the setup process seems unlikely. Google could potentially integrate OnHub with its voice-enabled intelligent personal assistant Google Now.   Full Article:

CASATUNES EXPANDS RTI CONTROL SYTEMS SUPPORT

CasaTunes Controls Up to 64 Rooms with RTI Audio Distribution Switches

No Status Quo: Innovation Comes in Large, Small Increments

The key is to learn and grow with each failure; or as Edison said, "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."

Remote Managed Network Services for Integrators

Based on results from Ihiji dealers, those with remote managed services offering have reduced the number of truck rolls to client sites to resolve network-related issues by more than 50%.

VMP Announces New 19-Inch Equipment Rack Enclosure; Now Shipping

The Latest and Largest in the Popular EREN Series Line, the 42 Rack Space EREN-42E1K Has a Usable Depth of 33 Inches and a Load Capacity of 1,300 lbs.

Build a simple home security system using Raspberry Pi

By Lory Gil for Liliputing:  Want to set up a home security system, but don’t want to pay a monthly fee to a security company? Techradar has a  detailed do-it-yourself project  for a connected alert system using Raspberry Pi. While it might not have all the bells and whistles you’d get with a professional system, with some basic parts and a little coding, you can set it up an infrared sensor that will send you a text message when movement is detected. Plus, you can include a camera to take a snapshot and 10-second video so that you’ll know if your cat or a cat burglar tripped the sensor. The project requires a few special items, in addition to the Raspberry Pi. You will need a passive infrared sensor (PIR) and the Pi Camera. You will also be installing Python and creating a few codes of text to activate the system.   Cont'd...

Crestron Now Shipping Wireless, Battery-powered Photosensor

New GLS-LDL-EX-BATT provides integrators with the ultimate flexibility for daylight harvesting applications that reduce energy consumption

Secutech unveils next-generation of security devices serving more than just safety needs

New theme zones and pavilions extend opportunities for innovative solutions

LIGHTFAIR International 2016 Call for Speakers: Global Invitation to Experts in Diverse Disciplines

The LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) 2016 Call for Speakers is now open in a global invitation seeking responses from top lighting and design practitioners looking to participate in the world's largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference in San Diego April 24 - 28, 2016. Submissions and speaker suggestions will be accepted online only from August 10 - September 14, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

TP-LINK Ships AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Routers

Archer C3200 Tri-Band Routers Deliver High-Performing Wi-Fi Speeds to Facilitate Simultaneous 4K Video Streaming and Online Gaming across Multiple Devices

Yale Launches Z-Wave Locks to UK Market

Yale hopes the days of worrying that you've forgotten your keys are over, with the launch of their new Keyless Connected Z-Wave Smart Lock.

Araknis Networks® Presents Full Commercial-Grade Networking Solution

With the launch of their newest routers, switches, and wireless access points, Araknis Networks has created a full commercial-grade networking solution.

Mini-ITX Fanless Embedded Computer features Celeron 1047UE 1.4GHz Dual Core Processor

FES8685 utilizes Celeron 1047UE 1.4 GHz dual core processor with two 204-pin DDR 1600 MHz SODIMM, and provides a mSATA/mini-PCI Express shared slot, delivering extraordinary computing performance while consuming low amount of power.

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