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An open ecosystem offers several benefits to smart home market participants, says Thomas Rockmann, VP of Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom AG.
The ULE Alliance, reported that a ULE gateway from Huawei, branded as Qivicon powered by Deutsche Telekom, successfully passed the ULE certification programme.
Consumers in the Netherlands can now experience smart home services available from , the major Dutch telecoms operator, in partnership with Deutsche Telekom.
Deutsche Telekom has welcomed five new partners to its QIVICON smart home platform; Smappee, Plugwise, Grünspar, E WIE EINFACH and Stadtwerke Karlsruhe.
New data from Juniper Research has found that home automation hardware, sold as standalone units rather than as part of a subscription package, will exceed 300 million in 2020. This represents growth of over 1000% from an estimated installed base of 28 million units in 2015.
Platform-independent smart home provider, GreenPocket, has launched new features for its smart home software. These include individual light management based on the OSRAM Lightify, a twilight function as well as the watt-based control of devices.
Jon Carter, UK head of Business Development – Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom, tells M2M Now‘s Jeremy Cowan about the opportunities to expand the take-up of connected home technologies.
In the UK, smart homes are mainly the preserve of the wealthy. In Germany however, the standards-based solution QIVICON has brought smart homes within reach of the wider public, and the company is now looking further afield.
Bonn, Germany – International management consultancy Frost & Sullivan has announced smart home platform QIVICON as the winner of its European Visionary Innovation Leadership Award, naming QIVICON as the most innovative solution of its kind in 2014.
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