Small UK company making big waves at CES 2009

Kevin Meagher, fouder CEO of UK company Intamac Systems Ltd, will be pounding the showroom floor at CES as his business simultaneously demonstrates its award winning home monitoring services on the Thomson, DSC, Prodea and Cisco exhibition stands.

The CEO of a small UK business will be pounding the floor at the CES Show from 8 -11 January 2009 in Las Vegas, as his business simultaneously demonstrates its award winning home monitoring services on 4 major blue -chip partners' exhibition stands.

Kevin Meagher is the founder CEO of Intamac Systems Ltd, the global market leader in monitoring and messaging services for the connected home market. The company has developed and launched the next generation of broadband enabled products and services across Europe, with partners such as British Telecom, Yale, and most recently with WoonVeilig and LOCKON (see, & These self -install wireless products & added value services are designed to increase the ARPU and reduce the churn rates from service providers' end -user customer base. The company will be demonstrating these new products and services on the Thomson, Cisco, Prodea and DSC Tyco exhibition stands, and Kevin will also be a guest speaker and panelist at the "Connections at CES" event run by Parks Associates.

Based in Northampton UK, Intamac Systems Ltd has grown rapidly since it's launch in year 2000, and now has active partners and platforms operating on 3 Continents. Recent expansion has seen the company establish Intamac North America, and plans are advanced to relocate key staff and establish offices in Boston during 2009, to support its growing customer base and partner interest in the wider connected home market in the USA.

Its unique approach has immediate advantages for service partners wishing to offer a variety of devices and advanced applications, from domestic security and environmental management, to care and monitoring of the elderly. Most importantly, it demonstrates the possibilities of leveraging the home gateway to generate increased revenues and reduce churn.

As Kevin Meagher notes, "These are exciting times for Intamac, and exhibiting at CES with so many leading global partners shows the level of interest there is in the connected home market right now. Demonstrating these new capabilities working live at CES will help show service providers how they can increase revenues from their existing customer base, by offering a range of attractive new product & service bundles. I just hope the leather on the soles of my shoes is strong enough to last through the whole event!"

If you would like see at first hand what Intamac can do, contact us via to arrange a personal meeting at the event.

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