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Building Automation

Icontrol One Home Automation Platform

April 28, 2015
New offering features panel compatibility, smart device ecosystem, easy installation, reliability and tools dealers need to grow their bottom line
Novatel Wireless enables Icontrol One dealers to integrate MiFi Secure, a 3G cellular upgrade communication board, with the Icontrol One interactive security solution.
Dealers, Integrators & Installing Companies

Novatel Wireless develops 3G cellular upgrade solution for Icontrol One Dealers

April 15, 2015
Partnership reflects Icontrol One commitment to quality home automation solutions specifically tailored for independent dealers
Netgear Icontrol 11526814
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

NETGEAR STS7000 Android Touchscreen for iControl Connect

April 25, 2014
New panel broadens consumer access to next generation connected home features
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iControl Networks' new product system includes advanced monitoring capabilities.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

iControl Networks Releases New Version of Home Monitoring Service

March 21, 2007
Z-Wave-enabled system offers Web-based user controls for security and automation monitoring

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There is no denying the explosive growth of the connected home...here are ways dealers can take advantage.
Smart Home

Smart Homes: The New Paradigm

June 13, 2016
There is no denying the explosive growth of the connected home...here are ways dealers can take advantage
Paul Rothman is Editor in Chief of Security Dealer & Integrator (SD&I) magazine (www.secdealer.com). Connect with him on Linkedin at http://bit.ly/PaulRothmanSDI.
Building Automation

Editor's Note: Leveraging the Smart Home

June 10, 2014
Here’s some insight into what your residential customers are asking for out of home automation
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Police believe an Oakland man, fearful of being tracked by Google, launched a series of attacks on Google's company headquarters, including shooting out office windows and tossing Molotov cocktails at a streetview vehicle.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

Is Google poised to disrupt the home automation and security market?

Jan. 17, 2014
Experts discuss the tech giant's potential impact on the industry

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Building Automation

We Finally Got Our Piece of the Pie

May 23, 2014
The latest surveys show a huge slice of Americans who embrace home security systems
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

iControl Networks acquires creator of 'Piper'

April 10, 2014
Acquisition to help company to expand its offerings to new markets
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Following weeks of speculation, connected home security platform provider Icontrol Networks on Thursday confirmed it is being acquired by Comcast and Alarm.com. Comcast is buying the Austin, Texas-based company’s “Converge” software platform, which it currently uses to power its Xfinity Home touchscreen panel and back-end servers; while Alarm.com will acquire Icontrol’s Connect and Piper business units.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

Alarm.com, FrontPoint Security sued by iControl Networks for patent infringement

July 10, 2013
Company seeking damages and an injunction to prevent continued sell of products that allegedly infringe their patents