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Almost One in Five High-Income Canadian HHs Own at Least One Smart Device, Research Firm Says

High-income broadband households are behind a recent jump in smart home adoption in Canada, according to new research. A report by Parks Associates, “Smart Home and IoT in Canada,” indicates that 19 percent of Canadian households with an income of $100,000 or more own at least one smart home device, compared to 5 percent of those with an income of less than $50,000. Most popular are smart programmable thermostats with 5 percent adoption among all Canadian broadband households, and ownership jumps to 13 percent among Canadian households making $100,000 or more, the research says.

From the article "Almost One in Five High-Income Canadian HHs Own at Least One Smart Device, Research Firm Says" by Laura Hamilton.
 

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