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Snap One and its Clare Controls brand have struck a deal with bmobile to offer customers in Trinidad and Tobago a range of ClareOne products designed to improve wireless security and automation.
CE Pro Editors · July 30, 2021
When a Lincoln, Neb. homeowner had issues with their home’s WiFi coverage and streaming audio system, local integrators were able to set them up with a brand new networking and audio equipment.
CE Pro Editors · July 29, 2021
Silicon Labs has announced the board-approved, succession plan to elect company President Matt Johnson as the new chief executive officer when Tyson Tuttle retires on January 1, 2022. “With our IoT vision, strategy and roadmap set and record-breaking financial results delivered, I decided now is the best time to announce our leadership transition plan,” says […]
Robert Archer · July 28, 2021
The divestiture means Silicon Labs, owners of Z-Wave, is fully focused on IoT connectivity with its chipsets.
Jason Knott · July 27, 2021
CommScope Ruckus discusses Wi-Fi 6, the advent of wearables, Access Networks’ acquisition by Snap One and more.
Jason Knott · July 16, 2021
The large electronics manufacturer Leviton has introduced its new SmartlockPro Self-Test GFCI Combination USB In-Wall Chargers that provides homeowners with a pair of Type A USB ports to charge their devices. According to Leviton, its latest products combine its GFCI ground-fault protection technologies with two USB ports to allow users to charge twice as many […]
Robert Archer · July 12, 2021
Wall-Smart, a leading manufacturer of mounting hardware that conceals a variety of smart devices flush with wall and ceiling surfaces, offers integrators a solution that makes Wi-Fi access points disappear. Customized for the Ruckus R850 Wi-Fi 6 access point, the mount takes a device that would ordinarily protrude from the ceiling and recesses it completely […]
Arlen Schweiger · July 07, 2021
New Snap One name reflects broader portfolio beyond just AV products. Growth plans include adding 15 more branch locations in the next year.
Jason Knott · June 29, 2021
A weBoost study reveals that despite Americans wanting to go back to the office, employees still want WFH options.
Robert Archer · June 28, 2021
Certain markets like work-from-home and security and surveillance saw huge upticks in consumer interest in 2020, so be sure to keep targeting these areas as 2021 hits its midway point.
CE Pro Editors · June 17, 2021