CSG International, has announced results of its market survey The Future of the Digital Experience: Connected Service Edition. Through an independent research firm, CSG polled 2,000 consumers across five countries to learn how consumers will prefer to connect home automation and other smart devices
Deutsche Telekom customers will soon be able to run their connected homes via an Alexa skill. Using only their voice they will be able to activate a range of preprogrammed situations and inform their smart home when they are present or absent.
At present, North America leads the world connected home market. Favourable conditions for development — such as the recovery of the residential market — higher adoption rate of security systems
By all accounts, the vision of the connected home is still alive and well. That futuristic home where appliances are self-aware and interconnectivity between the physical and online worlds is seamless. But despite all the hype and grandiose predictions, that vision is still a bit blurry.
Powerline manufacturer devolo reports that it has reached worldwide sales of over 30 million adapters for home networking.
Consumers in the Netherlands can now experience smart home services available from , the major Dutch telecoms operator, in partnership with Deutsche Telekom.
It was an amazing display of innovation once again at the recent WT | Wearable Technologies Conference SPAIN in Barcelona. Twenty-five finalists in IoT and M2M innovation were selected from almost 400 submissions from across the globe.
The smart – or connected – home market will be worth more than US$100 billion in a few years. The opportunities fall into several, but interconnected, camps.
Matt Hatton, founder and CEO of Machina Research talks to Patrick Kuo, CEO of ThroughTek
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