Total Home Technology

Total Home Technology is everything a dealer could want for his customers: award-winning audio and video products, the amazing lighting, HVAC and shade control of LightSource, e-Control 2 for remote access and the widest variety of user interfaces in the world- all in one package.

Intel Enables Sharing of Digital Content on the Home LAN

Designing and validating a digital home product to Intel® NMPR conformance places developers at the fore front with a compelling digital home product.

Computer That Can Run Your Home

The Pentium M combined with the right design features in an all-in-computer may be poised to create a quiet revolution in comfort, security and entertainment within our homes.

Flash SSDs - Inferior Technology or Closet Superstar?

Flash memory is useful for more than just consumer devices- it's also well-suited for the enterprise. Of course, one type of SSD will likely be better suited to the needs of your applications and IT environment than the other.

Public Hot Spots: One Truth and Two Myths

Most hot-spot service providers agree that the majority of this market's early adopters are and will continue to be so-called road warriors. These people travel nationally or internationally for professional purposes, and while on the road, they need Internet connections to access their corporate networks and e-mail.

The Market For Ultra-Wideband Solutions

We readily acknowledge the challenges inherent in forecasting a networking solution as broadly-positioned as UWB. However, we simultaneously would caution against the over-hype that has been associated with previous "revolutionary" technologies.

Design Challenges for Home Gateway Devices

This paper details the hardware, software technical architecture and specifications of the home gateway devices and lists out the engineering design challenges (along with the possible solutions) faced by a home gateway product designer or a home gateway silicon designer.

xAP Project Gains Momentum

xAP is an open protocol intended to support the integration of telemetry and control devices primarily within the home - it is the glue that supports the interconnectivity of Home Automation devices.

The IndraNet Technology in a Nutshell

At the core of the IndraNet technology are a unique tridimensional fractal mesh network architecture and a set of operations protocols that enable key problems faced by wireless communication networks to be solved and that addresses the global emerging market demands for massive increases in broadband communications. The IndraNet Core technology, and in particular the IndraNet Network Architecture are unique and protected internationally by patents.

Bluetooth: Finally Making An Impact

The outlook for Bluetooth technology is once again positive, albeit cautiously so. Bluetooth at its core is an embedded play. The desire to purchase add-on, aftermarket Bluetooth solutions is limited. For Bluetooth to succeed integration cost and power consumption are key determinants.

European trends in Home Networking

Special middleware and software tools will permit different network systems to be integrated. Even the Multimedia Home Platform (MHP), which was recently adopted by Cable Television Laboratories Inc (CableLabs®) as a component of the 'OpenCable Application Platform' (OCAP) - through the use of appropriate APIs - will incorporate other network standards along with the internet

Power Line Communication for Home Control Systems

Reliable, robust, low-cost technology for power line based home automation and device control is available today in ITRAN Communications' DCSK based IT800 modem. The integration of the IT800 with Microsoft Simple Control Protocol enables the development of a wide variety of in-home PLC based applications with significantly superior performance than existing PLC command and control solutions.

Bridging the Automation/IP Gap

The Archronix ArcWay ZigBee to WSDL gateway allows two sets of standardized yet disparate technologies to communicate with each other. You can buy products from a variety of vendors and they will be able to plug and play together.

Streaming Wireless Entertainment

What Whitecap2 does is give priority to the game, movie, and other multimedia content you're running, allowing it more usable throughput within the 11mbps pipeline. If you imagine 802.11b as a highway, picture it with no traffic signs, no lanes, no lights - just data whizzing around with no traffic cop to maintain order. What Whitecap adds, to extend the metaphor, is a commuter lane for multimedia content.

Wireless Tower of Babel

If there's a Wireless Home Networking lesson to learn from the Tower of Babel, it's that we don't need (and will never have) one wireless standard for homes, offices, schools, airports, restaurants, grocery stores, bowling alleys, and beauty shops. As intriguing as it may sound, it is not practical or desirable to have one wireless standard for all environments, purposes, and types of devices.

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