All In 5G
Alula’s cellular card uses Cat-M1 LTE radio technology to enable Interlogix Simon panels full sensor status, system status and arming controls.
CE Pro Editors · October 16, 2019
Changes in consumer demand, 3G sunsets, and the advent of 5G have been talked about throughout 2019, yet integrators should pay even closer attention to these issues as 2020 approaches.
CE Pro Editors · October 15, 2019
Alula claims its new BAT-Connect is first ‘triple-path’ alarm communicator with Wi-Fi, Ethernet and 4G/LTE cellular (CAT M1 for 5G transition), plus unified dashboard for security, surveillance and Z-Wave home automation.
Julie Jacobson · October 11, 2019
After running a successful test program, Vivint Internet, a recent spin-off of Vivint Smart Home, will add 5G coverage to Salt Lake City.
CE Pro Editors · September 26, 2019
Martin Renkis of Johnson Controls explains pricing, sales tactics for residential integrators adopting an ‘as a service’ business model for security video surveillance.
Jason Knott · August 22, 2019
Top security and home-automation execs back CellBounce, reportedly the only DIY solution for upgrading 3G/CDMA alarm panels without a truck roll.
Julie Jacobson · June 12, 2019
CTA CEO Gary Shapiro tells Fox Business Network that new 25% tariffs hurt American companies and will slow 5G adoption. Manufacturers begin raising prices.
Jason Knott · May 23, 2019
Fred Harding says the FCC’s auction of 600 MHz spectrum portends a long, capricious road ahead for 5G peripherals like cellphone repeaters.
Fred Harding · May 06, 2019
According to Primex, device compatibility, service flexibility, security, and service coverage could slow the 5G revolution.
CE Pro Editors · April 11, 2019
Azione members grow 14.63% in 2018 and group is emphasizing stronger relationships with architects in 2019.
Jason Knott · April 05, 2019