The CES 2016 demo shows how a consumer using the Gigaset elements system can interact with different pushbuttons in the same way, regardless of the underlying technology. It is an indication how IoT (Internet of Things) will be experienced by consumers in a very near future.
“As an IoT enabler for the operators Inteno is glad to show together with iopsys EcoSystem partners Gigaset and Dialogue how the key technologies ipv6, DECT ULE, Bluetooth and WiFi co-exist on the same gateway to deliver peace of mind to the consumer”, says Inteno’s CEO Conny Franzén.
This year we will see even more products that target the huge, untapped IoT market. Inteno’s iopsys system is the base that software developers and hardware suppliers can rely on.
Living in a fast-paced world the Gigaset elements system gives you peace of mind with three simple words “All is good”.
In the CES2016 demo Gigaset shows how a consumer using the elements system can interact with different pushbuttons in the same way regardless of the underlying technology, the concept would apply for any IoT device and technology.
The CES in Las Vegas is the place where many world-changing innovations have been announced. Some examples: The videocassette recorder (VCR) in 1970, the compact disc player (CD) in 1981, the plasma TV in 2001, the IP TV in 2005 and the 3D HDTV in 2009.
Inteno is a major supplier of residential gateway software and hardware solutions to European operators and network owners. The Inteno Group has subsidiaries and offices in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Belgium and is a part of the KAMIC Group, which has operations in thirteen countries and approximately 750 employees. Read more on www.intenogroup.com and www.kamicgroup.com