Company Overview of iControl Networks, Inc.
iControl Networks, Inc. provides software solutions for home protection and management services. It offers OpenHome platform, a broadband home management software solution that enables broadband service providers, home security companies, and utilities to offer broadband home management services to their customers, including interactive home security, home monitoring, home management and control, energy management, and home health care. iControl Networks, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Swisscom. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Redwood City, California with an additional office in Austin.
555 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for iControl Networks, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Business Development
Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
iControl Networks, Inc. Key Developments
iControl Networks, Inc. Partners with Bell Aliant Inc. to Offer Digital Home Security
Feb 5 13
iControl Networks, Inc. and Bell Aliant Inc. are partnering to bring a new premier home management solution to Atlantic Canadians. Bell Aliant's NextGen Home Security(TM) is an Internet-based smart home security service that delivers everything a customer expects in home security with next generation home automation capabilities. Bell Aliant's NextGen Home Security offers a comprehensive smart home solution that will allow consumers to manage the security of their homes with the touch of a button from anywhere, at anytime. Security sensors and video, as well as HVAC, lamps and other appliances, are linked together in an intelligent smart home network. The system's functionality will enable users to automate and control these security and energy management features in their homes from wherever they may be via smartphones, PCs, tablets and other mobile devices.
iControl Networks, Inc. Announces its OpenHome Software Platform Powers Time Warner Cable IntelligentHome Solution
Jan 9 12
iControl Networks, Inc. announced that its OpenHome software platform is powering the Time Warner Cable IntelligentHome solution. IntelligentHome is Time Warner Cable's new home management system that provides next-generation home security, comfort, control, automation and energy management. With IntelligentHome, customers can: Easily manage security and comfort from an in-home touch screen, secure website or free mobile app; Customize their systems by creating personalized settings that can generate email and text alerts when requested; Know their homes are protected 24/7 with cellular and battery back-up and TWC's owned and operated 5-Diamond rated Emergency Response Center; Keep in touch with their homes using in-home cameras that let them see what's happening when they are away; Instantly access everyday apps like weather, news and photos using their touchscreen; and Go green with energy-saving thermostat and lighting controls.
Swisscom AG Signs Strategic Agreement with iControl Networks, Inc
Oct 27 11
Swisscom AG and iControl Networks, Inc. have entered into a strategic agreement to advance smart living in Switzerland. Together, the two companies intend to offer new products and services for residential customers to help them stay connected to their homes when away. Smart Living allows communication between a range of electrical home appliances, and gives users control of those devices and appliances to help simplify their lives. Appliances such as heaters, lamps, webcams or coffee machines are linked together in an intelligent network. The first Smart Living solutions will be launched to the Swiss market in 2012. Swisscom, in collaboration with iControl Networks, is developing new Smart Living applications so that electrical home appliances can be controlled via smartphone or via the web. In the future, with Smart Living, a home heating system will be controlled with a smartphone, from anywhere and at any time. At the same time, lights can be turned off or an oven preheated. Motion detectors as well as door and window sensors can trigger an alarm if someone manages to gain unauthorized access, and an MMS with a short video sequence notifies the user. If desired, a simultaneous report can be sent to an alarm centre.
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