DSP and Jungo Partnered On DECT ULE Home Automation Solution

  • Posted on: 14 February 2012
  • By: chw staff

Jungo and DSP Group have announced plans to jointly develop a home monitoring and automaton solution based on DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE) technology. The collaboration joins together DSP's DECT ULE chipset and Jungo's OpenRG advanced middleware for residential gateways. DECT ULE is an ideal home monitoring and automaton platform as it offers long battery life, ease of installation and configuration and extended coverage.

The DECT ULE technology was also selected by Panasonic for its new range of home automation products because it offers the added benefit of remote management via the web using a laptop, smartphone or tablet.
"We believe that now is the right time for service providers to introduce connected home services, including home automation as one of the main applications. The introduction of DECT ULE will allow service providers to increase their revenues with a range of home automation and monitoring services," said Rami Amit, CTO of Jungo.
By carrying out a simple software upgrade over the Internet, service providers that have already integrated DECT onto their home gateways can easily leverage existing capabilities to offer new control and monitoring services.
"We are delighted to be partnering with Jungo to offer new and superior solutions for the home automation and monitoring market," said Raz Kivelevich-Carmi, Senior Product Line Manager, DECT Home Automation and Security at DSP Group. "Our collaboration is a clear step forward for DECT ULE in general and for DSP Group in particular, as we build our ecosystem to address this fast-growing market."