harge, Sync and Transfer with Belkin's New Line of USB-C Cables for the new MacBook
"You get the service you want at the quality you want. By far the most flexible and secure gateway that has ever existed!" --Rainer Spielberg, Lantiq-- Multi-Gigabit Routing Enables Unmatched QoS, Paired with Dedicated Security and Hardware-Enforced Virtualization to Deliver True Digital Home Experience
Audio anywhere in any configuration is a primary benefit of the new Dante-based Symetrix processing infrastructure at the Hotel Roanoke & Convention Center in Virginia, US.
New assortment of exquisite artisanal shading textiles expands Crestron's custom motorized shades offerings.
The popularity of mobile devices and changing consumer habits in media consumption are not only increasing demand for wirelessly connected audio devices, but also rapidly altering the home audio landscape, according to new research from IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.
Annual shipments of connected audio products, including wireless speakers, wireless soundbars, and connected AV receivers, are expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 88 percent, from 1.5 million units in 2010 to nearly 66 million units in 2018.
“Growing penetration of tablets and smartphones -- combined with an ongoing shift in consumer media consumption preferences toward those devices and streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora, and Deezer -- are collectively driving a behavioral shift in how people listen to music inside and outside their homes,” said Paul Erickson, senior analyst for IHS Technology. “Consumers are seeking ways to wirelessly play audio from their mobile devices on speakers in the room they’re in, in multiple rooms in a household, and on speakers carried with them while on the go. This geographically diverse need will drive strong global growth in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connected speakers over the next few years.”
“While the whole wireless speakers category is forecast to grow rapidly, network-connected multi-room speaker systems is the small-but-growing subcategory to watch,” Erickson continued. “Heavyweights Samsung, LG, Sony, Bose, Denon, DTS and Qualcomm are all entering the market, with products or platforms designed to take on a rapidly growing segment initially popularized by Sonos.”
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Any products that can output an RS-232 serial string can utilize UPB devices. In fact there is a software tool, the "UPB Command Wizard", to help write UPB serial strings (i.e. drivers).
Insteon uses a dual-band signal, or mesh network, which communicates to devices simultaneously via radio waves and a home's existing electrical wiring.
Once the Neurio Sensor is installed on an electrical panel, it sends the data via WiFi to the secure cloud where the smart algorithms identify the unique power pattern by each device in real-time to tell whether a specific appliance is in use or off, and how much energy it consumes.
Currently LifeSmart communicates with IKAIR through Cloud protocol, and communicates with SONOS & Phillips hue through LAN protocol
Marvell's SDK for HomeKit includes EZ-Connect IoT platform with 88MC200 microcontroller, advanced Avastar 88W8801 Wi-Fi SoC and EZ-Connect software
At the 2015 Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial, Legrand Introduces its Ground-breaking Concept 'FLOCOON Pixel' to Explore Tomorrow's Home Controls
FLOCOON Pixel explores future possibilities for the smart home, putting the spotlight on an unprecedented form and concept, which creates a completely new relationship between end users and their homes.
"At CeBIT, Z-Wave Alliance members will be demonstrating a variety of innovative consumer, commercial and OEM technologies that are influencing and shaping the IoT landscape"
Revolabs(R), the premier provider of audio solutions for unified communications (UC), enterprise collaboration, and professional audio applications, today announced that the company is now shipping its FLX(TM) UC 1000 IP and USB conference phone.
Nyrius Smart Outlet Converts Existing Electronics into Manageable Smart Home Devices in One Simple Solution
The Smart Outlet allows users to easily control their electronics or small appliances such as coffee makers, lamps, space heaters, stereo systems and more via any iOS or Android smartphone or tablet.
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