Jade 1 speaker to be exhibited at Atocha Design booth M44
SANUS invites you to "Take a Shot" and enter for a chance to transform your space and ensure safe game day viewing just in time for the Final Four.
Supports SIP Calls and USB Audio
End-Users, Integrators and Consultants Attend Vis University to Increase Visualization Knowledge
Wharfedale Loudspeakers to Be Featured in Atocha Design's Exhibit at 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show
Parks Associates Director of Research presents new research at TV Connect
Meridian Retail Partners Welcome Customers to Celebrate 25 years of Digital Loudspeaker Innovation, with the Introduction of Special Edition Loudspeakers
According to a new report from ABI Research, demand for smart home technology is continuing to grow at a rapid pace. In 2013, the research firm said that sales of wireless embedded smart home monitoring devices, such as contact and motion sensors, smart thermostats and smart plugs, grew to 17.23 million, almost double the amount of shipments in 2012. By 2018, it is expected that more than half-a-billion wireless smart home monitoring devices will be deployed in homes around the world. ABI said that growth will develop as new users move to use smart home systems and as users extend their existing systems. Additionally, companies like Honeywell, GE, Nest (recently acquired by Google), Kwikset, UTC, as well as many others are increasingly adding wireless connectivity to their home devices, bringing network connectivity and remote management to their offerings in order to appeal to growing numbers of smart home consumers. According to ABI, contact sensors for detecting whether windows and doors are closed were the most popular smart home monitoring device shipped last year while motion sensors were in second place. Both devices support smart home monitoring functionality but can also be used for additional applications such as energy management. “Combined, over 84 million contact and motion sensors will ship annually by 2018; however, it is smart plugs, smart door locks and connected smoke and CO detectors that will see the greatest shipment growth,” ABI Research Senior Analyst Adarsh Krishnan said in a statement.
KVMSwitchTech Adds 4Kx2K HDMI Solutions and Incorporates Power Over Ethernet into HDBaseT Matrix Switchers.
Chuango Security Technology, a trend-setting innovator and developer of wireless DIY security and smart home systems, is proudly bringing its brand new brand -- smanos -- to the ISC West 2014 show in Las Vegas this spring. Don't miss smanos smart home innovation at Booth 40321 from Apr 2-4th.
In this segment we will focus on Ethernet Switches-the backbone of your local network. When selecting a switch or a combination of switches for your network, there are several issues to consider.
Connecting INSTEON's Premier Smartphone-Controlled Network to Nest Learning Thermostat Opens the Door to Fully Connected Home for Users
Northern New Jersey Home Automation Integrator becomes a certified Nest Thermostat Professional, continuing to bring the latest technology to their clients.
Firm will offer Clare Controls solutions to New England integrators
The new HGV series antennas are economical yet maintain the high performance standards that the HyperLink® brand is known for.
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