Intamac Systems has upgraded its home monitoring solution to include truly wireless home access to the home to monitor their Intamac system. The upgrade also provides a simple way for mobile operators to enter the connected home market, and to provide their customers with a range of new added value services. Before, customers needing the service would need to have a broadband connection within their homes in order to access Intamac web-based service portal.
Intamac a supplier of internet access monitoring and control solution has received £4 million invested funding from a group of London based investors. The group includes Chados Capital Ventures, Carbon Trust Investment and Seraphim Capital. Intamac recently announced a home monitoring solution with D-Link and has an ongoing relationship with British Telecom, Technicolor, Alcatel Lucent, and IAG.
D-Link and UK based Intamac, a leader in integration and networking of devices within the connected home have collaborated on the development of a new range of IP based home monitoring solutions for service providers. The new solution will work with Intamac’s intelligent cloud-based platform to provide home security, energy management, home automation, video and telecare solutions. These are wirelessly connected to a range of sensors such as infrared motion detectors, doors and windows.
Intamac Systems, a specialist in Connected Home services through the web and mobile devices, announced that they have secured a £1million funding to support the development of a range of Zigbee controlled consumer devices. The new Zigbee devices will be part of the companies Smart Grid power management services and will be managed through Intamac's award-winning web-based Home Manager™ service.