The company will launch the Connected Home Gateway at the CES trade show in Las Vegas next week. The device, using a 1.2GHz processor running Motorola’s open 4Home software platform, will enable users to operate various connected home services including home control, home security and energy management.
According to Motorola, devices in the home can be paired wirelessly and connected to the cloud for remote management on various devices and connected home services can be added, managed and troubleshot on the fly. It also allows consumers to access their homes remotely, from a smartphone, tablet or PC.
“People want anywhere, anytime access to their digital lives. Our suite of award-winning products addresses the new ways that people are embracing their connected lifestyle in the home,” said Dan Moloney, president, Motorola Mobility. “We’re seeing more consumption of more media and lifestyle services across more devices. This is an unprecedented opportunity for service providers to differentiate by streamlining these converged experiences. At CES, Motorola is showcasing a range of new products that are paving the way for the next stage of the connected home.”
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