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People Power, Changhong Research Labs team up for smart homes

Posted: 09 Jan 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:People Power? Changhong Research Labs? smart home? security? Internet of Things?

People Power, a mobile services and an Internet of Things (IoT) company, has joined forces with Changhong Research Labs to develop smart home solutions. People Power's open platform, which offers powerful cloud-based analytics to help users make sense of vast and complicated real-time data from connected smart devices, helps Changhong Research Labs enable smart home experiences that bring value to consumers, the companies indicated.

People Power's proven experience delivering award-winning mobile solutions for smart home security and energy management helps create a compelling technology demonstration showcasing a competitive advantage for Changhong Research Labs, as the company continues to expand in the emerging IoT economy, added the companies.

"People Power is a technology innovator that is transforming how people live their lives by controlling what matters," said JT Pan, CEO of Changhong Research Labs. "We are extremely excited to demonstrate our technology with People Power because of its commitment to connecting consumer electronics and analytic add-ins through the Internet and mobile apps in a meaningful and engaging manner."

"Our relationship with Changhong Research Labs is a natural fit because of the common interest from both parties to deliver the ultimate user experience by enriching people's lives through smart technology," said Gene Wang, CEO and founder of People Power. "We're thrilled to work with a company that shares our commitment and vision to delivering ultimate user experiences for products and services that enrich people's lives."

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