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Company Overview of Daintree Networks, Inc.
Daintree Networks, Inc. provides wireless control solutions for commercial buildings. It offers a suite of products built on ControlScope network software and intelligence, including Wireless Area Controller, a networked device that manages the wireless communications with switches, sensors, ballasts, and other end-points; ControlScope Manager that delivers a Web-based graphical interface for energy management and system configuration; system controllers; and wireless adapters. Daintree Networks, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is based in Mountain View, California.
1503 Grant Road
Mountain View, CA 94040
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Daintree Networks, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations and Finance
Chief Solution Architect and Vice President of Product Management
Vice President of Sales & Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Daintree Networks, Inc. Key Developments
Daintree Networks, Inc. and Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. Collaborate to Provide Open-Standard ZigBee(R) Wireless Capability Integrated into Smart Lighting Products
Apr 15 13
Daintree Networks, Inc. and Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. announced their collaboration to provide open-standard ZigBee(R) wireless capability integrated into smart lighting products. The joint effort is focused initially on using Marvell semiconductor products to enable integrated wireless LED drivers that allow LED fixtures to interoperate with Daintree's open-standard ControlScope(TM) solution. Orama is the first company implementing this capability into its driver product line. Fixture manufacturers using integrated open-standard wireless LED drivers will gain access to expanding revenue opportunities in commercial and industrial wireless lighting. By implementing integrated wireless LED drivers, fixture manufacturers eliminate the need for a separate wireless adapter commonly used in today's deployments of commercial wireless lighting control. Installation is also easier with integrated wireless drivers. Drivers are pre-installed during factory fixture assembly, eliminating more expensive field assembly often required when connecting separate wireless adapters to standard drivers. Integration dramatically reduces total equipment, installation and commissioning project costs by $75 to $100 per fixture, enabling rapid market adoption of wireless control solutions by building owners and operators. Unlike existing analog control, integrated digital wireless control allows users to experience the full potential of LED lighting and energy management. This includes the ability to add advanced LED control features such as tunable white color control and granular device-level power and performance monitoring.
Daintree Networks, Inc. Expands Control to HVAC with Thermostat Automation in ControlScope 3.0
Jan 30 13
Daintree Networks, Inc. announced that the latest release of its control solution now extends control to HVAC applications with programmable thermostat automation. Commonly found in industrial, multi-site retail, and branch office facilities, programmable thermostats have been widely installed with the intent of providing energy savings by automating heating and cooling. However, that goal has largely been missed, creating substantial innovation and market opportunity. ControlScope 3.0 will not only offer this integrated control for new clients, but because of its open architecture, existing lighting control customers accounting for ten million square feet of commercial and industrial space will automatically gain these new capabilities, should they wish to take advantage of them. Originally a full-featured lighting control solution, ControlScope solution has evolved to enable broader smart building capabilities. Frequently built on a wireless network of lighting products, ControlScope has extended intelligence to other building control and monitoring functions. As it evolves, it continues to garner awards, including the most recent "Building Operating Management 2013 Top Products Award"--a 100% reader-selected honor.
Daintree Networks, Inc. Appoints George Stringer as Vice President, Channel Development and Marketing
Dec 12 12
Daintree Networks, Inc. announced that George Stringer has joined the company as Vice President, Channel Development and Marketing. With over 16 years of senior management experience at Acuity Brands, Stringer brings to Daintree a deep understanding of the lighting industry and considerable experience in channel creation and development. While at Acuity, Stringer held a variety of senior positions in channel development, marketing, and sales, including VP Renovation and VP Distributor Channel, where he created innovative channel models that dramatically grew new lines of business.
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