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iControl Tells ESX 2014 Attendees: ‘Google Is Not a Friend of the Industry’

iControl exec Paul Dawes weighs in on the Google and Apple threat to security and home automation integrators; Nest Labs suggests dealers embrace its products.


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Icontrol has hired two ADT bigwigs to help launch its Icontrol One Dealer Program for independent security and home automation dealers. The program seems to be targeted squarely at rival Alarm.com. Julie Jacobson · February 24, 2015

iControl exec Paul Dawes weighs in on the Google and Apple threat to security and home automation integrators; Nest Labs suggests dealers embrace its products. Jason Knott · June 27, 2014

Bright House Networks has selected a software platform by iControl Networks to power its home security and controls solution. Rodney Bosch · May 05, 2014

iControl, a provider of a cloud-based security and interactive home control platform, has acquired BlackSumac, the maker of Piper, a do-it-yourself video surveillance and control system. By Julie Jacobson · April 09, 2014

Home automation and security service providers Alarm.com, iControl, Telguard and FrontPoint Security have dropped their lawsuits and negotiated cross-licensing agreements. January 15, 2014

Tyco's DSC boots iControl for Telguard, adds Alarm.com cloud-based services for interactive home automation and security. December 10, 2013

Telguard HomeControl remote security and home automation service, powered by iControl, debuts for 2Gig panels, providing competition for Alarm.com. November 25, 2013

iControl Networks, a connected home technology provider, has filed a lawsuit against Alarm.com, claiming that the company’s interactive home security system infringed upon iControl’s patented technologies. July 10, 2013

Through a new partnership, broadband home management software provider iControl Networks will power Time Warner Cable's IntelligentHome solution using iControl's OpenHome software platform. Ashley Willis · January 10, 2012

iControl Networks, a provider of broadband home management software, has raised an additional $50 million in Series D funding from investors. June 22, 2011




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