Thursday, October 18, 2012

Connected Home Has Broad Appeal

Connectivity is becoming a part of so many home devices and systems that someday soon we may no longer refer to “connected home” technology but instead simply say technology for the home. The connected aspect will be implied, thanks in part to M2M (machine-to-machine) technology.

Connected-home technology includes a wide variety of systems, such as entertainment, security, lighting, heating and cooling, and energy management. The growing availability of broadband connections for the home has enabled the use of these systems, and Parks Associates,, says revenue from broadband connected-home service bundles will be approximately $500 million in 2012 in the U.S.

From the article, "Connected Home Has Broad Appeal." 

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