Motorola today announced the release of Motorola's NBBS DOCSIS (SNMP) Remote Device Management Module. An industry-leading service assurance platform, the NBBS remote subscriber device and service management software offers comprehensive, life-cycle management of wired and wireless customer premises equipment (CPE) and other devices, for cable and WiMAX.
The connected home has a new entrant that promises a new approach to communicating with all the appliances in your home – from your Microwave to your refrigerator, any thing with a computer inside it. The Fugoo team hope to start shipping the Fugoo device this summer, for a retail price of $99.
The new Linksys by Cisco Media Hub Home is a complete connected home solution for those who want to have a hub for all your media files, whether its music, photos or any other digital media. The Linksys Media Hub allows you to share your media around the home and throughout the world – the system is shipped with massive capacity, intelligent aggregation, and media-optimized sharing and file-serving capabilities.
Research buy Infonetics has shown that the sale of digital home gateway systems are on the increase. The increase is because more telecom providers are bundling “IPTV into broadband services to increase ARPU. According to the report, worldwide, digital home gateway sales grew 12 percent”. The increase is seen in the US, Europe Middle East and Africa.
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is offering a certificate in digital home technology (CEA-CompTIA DHTI+). The certificate is to show customers and potential employer that you have the skill and knowledge to install and support today digital home technology.
Are you might be short on space or are having to swap USB flash drive from machine to machine to share your data? Well Western Digital released their new Network Attached Storage (NAS) server named My Book World Edition NAS drive. The will allow you to share your data with both Apple Mac and Windows Vista PCs without any network configuration.
Ericsson announced the release of its Connected Home Gateway software. The new system will be demonstrated at this year Mobile World Congress in Spain. The new connected home gateway multimedia software will provide a single entry point for telephone, IPTV and other multimedia systems.
Ericsson said the Connected Home Gateway is compliant with major telecom and consumer electronic standard such as IMS, Open IPTV Forum and the Digital Network Alliance.