ADT Health, iHealth Labs, Lowe's, Aetna, and Qualcomm Life address consumer engagement for digital health solutions
Google has Nest, Apple has HomeKit and Samsung has…SmartThings, we’re hearing. The deal was completed for around $200 million dollars, though it might have been less according to one source. SmartThin gs is in the home automati on space , and allows you to connect devices like lights and doorlocks to a system controlled by your mobile phone. It has raised over $1 5 million from investors including Greylock, Highland Capital, First Round Capital, SV Angel, Lerer Ventures, Yuri Milner’s Start Fund, David Tisch, A-Grade Investments, CrunchFund* and Box Group. Samsung most likely bought the startup to get out ahead of Google’s Nest efforts. With this buy, Samsung obtains a mature home automation platform that just needs some marketing help. And Samsung has a hefty marketing budget. The larger arena at work here is the millions of connected devices that will populate our world — commonly referred to as the internet of things. In a nearly inevitable future where every device in our home has a live connection to the web, and can be controlled by our devices, device manufacturers are the ones most uniquely poised to offer holistic solutions to consumers.
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QNAP Now Shipping the First Intel Bay Trail Powered NAS with Media Transcoding Engine for Home/SoHo Market
Both HS-251 and TS-x51 series pack a powerful storage backup with swift streaming capability including both on-the-fly and offline transcoding.
Summer NAMM will be held July 17-19 at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee
Distributor of Wharfedale and other top consumer electronics brands opens new distribution facility to expedite shipping to meet increased market demand while better serving its dealers and customers
"Through integration with Lutron's latest product offerings, we are able to provide integrators with an intuitive solution for simple, reliable, and energy-saving connected-home control within a powerful RTI user interface."
Torus Power's Ultra-Compact, Entry-Level TOT Toroidal Isolation Power Conditioners Provide Electronic Systems Integrators Affordable, High-Performance Options for Small to Mid-Sized Audio Video Systems
Compact power conditioners featuring venerable Plitron toroidal isolation transformers are available worldwide
Staples Connectâ„˘ Customers Now Have Access to Premier Residential Lock For Security, Safety, and Convenience
Worldwide users of D-Tools System Integrator software platform are invited to enter projects for consideration; winners to be announced at CEDIA Expo 2014
At The Independent Show, one of the industry's premiere trade shows for independent cable operators, R.L. Drake, a leading global provider of digital and analog cable, digital signage, and MPEG encoding systems, will introduce the PEG-NE24-IP, an HD MPEG digital video encoder.
Parks Associates research finds more U.S. households adopting smart thermostats, smart lighting, smart outlets/plugs and power strips, and smart kitchen appliances
Recognizing the need for a new and better way to connect products in the home, seven companies today announced that they've joined forces to form the Thread Group (www.threadgroup.org) and develop Thread, a new IP-based wireless networking protocol. The charter of the Thread Group is to guide the adoption of the Thread protocol. Thread Group founding members consist of industry-leading companies including Yale Security, Silicon Labs, Samsung Electronics, Nest Labs, Freescale® Semiconductor, Big Ass Fans and ARM. While currently available 802.15.4 networking technologies have their own advantages, each also has critical issues that prevent the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) from being realized. These include lack of interoperability, inability to carry IPv6 communications, high power requirements that drain batteries quickly, and "hub and spoke" models dependent on one device (if that device fails, the whole network goes down). With Thread, product developers and consumers can easily and securely connect more than 250 devices into a low-power, wireless mesh network that also includes direct Internet and cloud access for every device.
Industry-leading companies form Thread Group to create simple, secure and low-power network for the home and its connected products
"Bonus" Expo Set to Host 35 Exhibitors; Registration Open; Chief & Da-Lite Roadshow to Co-Locate with Event
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