Monday, March 01, 1999

Sunbelt homes to include structured cabling

Some analysts predict that consumer sales of all home technology systems will grow from $2 billion in 1998 to $27 billion by 2005.  According to Kurt Scherf, an analyst with Parks Associates, a market research firm specializing in the residential and light commercial markets, sales of structured wiring systems for the home will comprise a more modest $400 to $500 million through 2002.

Parks Associates is cosponsor of CONNECTIONS™ '99, whose theme this year is "Enabling the Networked Home."

From the article "Sunbelt homes to include structured cabling," by Catherine Varmazis.

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