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During the next three years, the penetration rate for residential intrusion alarm products in the United States will increase by 5% to 8%, according to a new study by IMS Research, now part of IHS.


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During the next three years, the penetration rate for residential intrusion alarm products in the United States will increase by 5% to 8%, according to a new study by IMS Research, now part of IHS. June 10, 2013

Fear not the self-monitored system. December 02, 2012

Although Hurricane Sandy nearly derailed the 2012 First Alert Professional dealer convention in Hollywood, Fla., the event centered on providing new technologies and services to help dealers meet consumers’ growing appetite to be connected to their homes, as well as fending off new entrants such as telecoms and cable companies. Rodney Bosch · November 07, 2012

Although Hurricane Sandy nearly derailed the 2012 First Alert Professional dealer convention in Hollywood, Fla., the event centered on providing new technologies and services to help dealers meet consumers’ growing appetite to be connected to their homes, as well as fending off new entrants such as telecoms and cable companies. Rodney Bosch · November 07, 2012

As Lowe’s completes the rollout of its new cloud-connected wireless control system, competition continues to ratchet up for attracting cost-conscious homeowners with self-installed security, automation and energy management product suites. By Rodney Bosch · September 03, 2012

In an effort to respond to the growing interest in home automation solutions, home improvement retailer Lowe’s releases Iris, a cloud-based smart home platform. Ashley Willis · July 25, 2012



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