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Published on January 18, 2014

Author: lynnli3

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Wireless standards Exceptional changes are underway in the home networking market and a wide range of home systems. Everything from

thermostats, light switches, door locks and smoke detectors will become networked. Born from a collective desire to better control our environment and cut our energy consumption, this shift is widely predicted to bring significant market growth opportunities. In the UK, over £2.4 billion is expected to be spent on home energy management devices. However, such devices will have to work with existing home networks and interoperability between devices from different manufacturers is essential for commercial success. According to IMS Research, over 600-million households worldwide have home networks installed with computers, media players, smart TV’s, printers, network-attached storage (NAS), internet gateways and a growing number of accessories such as mice, headsets and keyboards. Like the home computing networks they join, which are standardized on WiFi, Ethernet and USB, these new home-automation, energy management, care and

security (HAECS) networks must standardize to adopt an interoperable technology that gives whole home coverage and long battery life. Furthermore, this standard must be reliable, secure, scalable and simple to set up.Digital Enhanced Cordless . After 10 years and millions of implementations every year, ZigBee standards prove you can rely on the widest variety of smart and easy-to-use products for just about anywhere you work, live or play. Our innovative standards are designed to let product manufacturers help their customers create their own Internet of Things and M2M wireless sensor networks to gain greater control of, and even improve, everyday activities. ZigBee lets you easily and cost-effectively add intelligent new features that improve the efficiency, safety, security, reliability and convenience of your products. You can help your customers save

both energy and money, or give them the tools they need to gain control of their homes. It's even possible to help people maintain their independence and allow them to closely monitor their health and fitness. Thanks to ZigBee, it's never been easier to differentiate your products and services while also making them smarter and greener. If you need more information you may email me direct.

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