All In Wireless
ClareOne wireless control panel fills middle ground between limited-use alarm systems and full-blown smart home systems with a single-panel solution.
Jason Knott · July 09, 2020
Wi-Fi 6 is fundamentally different from previous Wi-Fi standards, so CEDIA is providing online resources to help make sense of the new technology.
CE Pro Editors · May 20, 2020
Amid the coronavirus outbreak’s work- and school-from-home orders, Wi-Fi measurement, placement and bandwidth efficiency need prioritizing by integrators.
CE Pro Editors · April 17, 2020
EnGenius Technologies, a provider of networking solutions for the smart home and small and medium businesses, announced a high-capacity Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) outdoor access point. The new weatherproof access point employs the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology to support the ever-growing bandwidth demands of environments such as homes, stadiums, airports, smart cities and parks. Featuring an […]
Arlen Schweiger · January 15, 2020
Smith Thompson Home Security in Texas relies on Telguard’s TG-1 Express not only for reliable LTE and 3G/4G panel signal transmissions, but for seamless upgrades and setting up new and existing customers with the HC Flex smartphone app for automation and security controls.
Arlen Schweiger · May 31, 2019
Three years after merging with software startup Eva Automation, Bowers & Wilkins announces first collaborative product: Formation wireless speakers and proprietary multiroom audio platform to be licensed to third parties.
Joe Palenchar · April 22, 2019
Lutron acquires Limelight outdoor wireless lighting control from Twisthink to expand its commercial IoT solutions.
CE Pro Editors · February 20, 2019
Wi-Fi Alliance dumps tongue-twisting, engineering-drawn 802.11-based names for Wi-Fi versions. Adopts simpler naming designation..
Jason Knott · October 12, 2018
WhyReboot introduces its Paramount patent-pending universal access point mount with paintable, magnetic cover.
CE Pro Editors · August 22, 2018
Sonos (SONO) prices its IPO at $15 per share, below the expected range of $17 to $19. Wall Street is skittish about consumer-electronics hardware companies like Fitbit and GoPro, but Sonos is different.
Julie Jacobson · August 02, 2018