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What’s The Smart Home Device Outlook For Broadband Households Through 2016?

Home security and safety are often some of the first usage cases brought up around discussions of smart home devices in broadband homes. And a new report from Parks Associates is indicating that insurance-related incentives are pushing the Internet of Things to the top of mind for many consumers. The report has 51 percent of U.S. broadband households saying an IoT device that alerts them to smoke and fire highly appealing, and 41 percent finding a device that alerts them to a water leak to be highly appealing.

From the article "What’s The Smart Home Device Outlook For Broadband Households Through 2016?" by Laura Hamilton.

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