Time Warner Cable IntelligentHome Enters New Markets

by Parks Associates | Jun. 4, 2013

Time Warner Cable’s home automation and security system, IntelligentHome, will appear in the cable operator’s Ohio and Wisconsin service areas this month and then New York City the next couple of months.

After these launches, IntelligentHome will be deployed across all of the major markets in Time Warner Cable’s footprint. The company’s executives have said on earnings calls this year that the company planned on having IntelligentHome launches wrapped up by the end of this year.

With the mid-June launch, homeowners in Ohio communities such as Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Youngstown as well as Milwaukee, Green Bay, Appleton, Kenosha and Racine in Wisconsin can control their thermostats and lighting remotely, among other features.

Time Warner Cable’s IntelligentHome offers 24/7 home security monitoring, fire and carbon monoxide detection, paired with tools that allow customers to remotely track the daily events taking place in their homes as well as the ability to adjust lighting and thermostats remotely. Users can access their system and have access to real-time information no matter where they are via any broadband connection, the TWC IntelligentHome smart phone apps, and through customized text and email alerts.

The service has launched in upstate New York, Maine, New Hampshire, the Carolinas, Southern California, Hawaii, Kansas City and parts of Texas.

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