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Who Will Own the Home Cybersecurity Market - Security Dealers, Home-Automation Pros, Comcast?

By Julie Jacobson · May 19, 2017 • If traditional home-automation integrators don't get into the network-security business, it will be grabbed by companies like ADT, Comcast/Xfinity, Best Buy/Magnolia and a host of other competitors eager to own the smart home. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Vivint, Best Buy, ADT Top CE Pro 100 List of Smart-Home Integrators of 2017

By Jason Knott · May 16, 2017 • CE Pro's 2017 list of the highest revenue custom installation companies saw a whopping 24 percent increase in revenues over the last year, led by smart-home giants Vivint, Best Buy and ADT.

How ADT Aims to Keep Security ‘Relevant’ in Smart Home World

By Jason Knott · May 5, 2017 • ADT sees voice activation, wearables, IP cameras, one-button panics, roadside assistance and distracted driving alerts for parents of teens as ways security systems must adapt to lifestyle needs.

Ring CEO Responds to ADT Lawsuit Regarding Zonoff: ADT ‘Terrified’

By Julie Jacobson · May 4, 2017 • Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff claims ADT feels threatened by Ring's Wi-Fi doorbells after Ring hired the entire team of Zonoff home-automation platform developers.

ADT Sues Ring, Former Zonoff CEO for Theft of Home-Automation Tech; Ring CEO Calls Bull

By Julie Jacobson · May 2, 2017 • ADT claims former Zonoff CEO Mike Harris misappropriated home-automation assets, transferring them to smart-doorbell maker Ring when the IoT technology actually belonged to ADT. Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff says claims are "ridiculous." (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

ADT Pulse Smart Home Automation Reaches 2 Million Customers

By Jason Knott · April 6, 2017 • ADT Pulse smart home automation system surpasses its 2 millionth customer. Pulse 8.0 revamped design due out this spring.

Goodbye, Zonoff: IoT Provider Sunk by Alarm.com, Icontrol, Honeywell, ADT

By Julie Jacobson · March 28, 2017 • Zonoff, one of the most promising IoT platform providers, closes shop after Honeywell reportedly reneges on acquisition. Security and home-automation giants ADT, Icontrol and Alarm.com figured into the demise. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

ADT Reveals 2017 Plans, Protection 1 Integration, Connected Home Opportunities

By Scott Goldfine · March 14, 2017 • One year after ADT was acquired by Apollo Global Management in $7 billion deal, executives discuss ambitious business plans, how ADT will integrate with Protection 1 and what the security industry is facing in 2017.

Alarm.com and Comcast Close Icontrol Acquisition: What Now?

By Julie Jacobson · March 9, 2017 • Icontrol, a pioneer in cloud-based security and home automation, has been acquired by Alarm.com and Comcast, despite antitrust concerns. Here's what could be in store for the players and the SHaaS (smart home as a service) landscape. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Icontrol, Alarm.com Respond to Antitrust Suit: Honeywell Defines Smart-Home Market All Wrong

By Julie Jacobson · March 2, 2017 • In its lawsuit to stop Icontrol from being sold to Alarm.com and Comcast/Xfinity, Honeywell defines the relevant security and home-automation market way too narrowly, defendants claim. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

ADT Makes History: Disarm Security System Via Amazon Alexa Voice

By Julie Jacobson · January 7, 2017 • CES 2017: How ADT convinced Amazon to allow voice-based disarming for security; also, new ADT Canopy security partners revealed, including LG Smart Security, powered by Zonoff. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

LG Electronics Launches All-in-One Security, Home Automation Device

By CE Pro Editors · January 5, 2017 • Powered by Zonoff, LG's new Smart Security system features Z-Wave capabilities and ADT's Canopy alarm-response service.

Profit from Protection as an ADT Authorized Dealer

By Advertorial · November 2, 2016 • ADT’s recognizable blue sign helps you open doors and build your business with the support of the most trusted name in home security.

CE Pro Video Q&A: How ADT Dealer Program Keeps Growing After 20 Years

By Jason Knott · October 20, 2016 • ADT Dealer Program allows members pricing flexibility (up or down) in installation as well as for monthly monitoring fees. Also, adding partners like Nest and Ring, along with electronic contracts, have bolstered dealer base.

Who Will be the Next Icontrol?

By Julie Jacobson · June 17, 2016 • If Icontrol is acquired by Comcast and Alarm.com, we'll see a gaping hole in SHaaS (smart home as a service) providers for integrated home automation and professionally monitored security. Here are some likely contenders as the 'next Icontrol'. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

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