Longwood, FL, October 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- SecureNet Technologies today announced that it has joined the Z-Wave Alliance, a consortium of independent technology companies that build wireless home control products based on the Z-wave wireless communications standard. Other members include GE, ADT Security Services, and Ingersoll-Rand.
SecureNet’s Interactive Gateway Modules, a line of plug-and play hardware devices which integrate with existing customer alarm panels, use Z-wave technology to control and communicate with a wide variety of home automation devices to provide interactive video monitoring, security, and lifestyle services which make homes and businesses safer, more convenient, and enjoyable.
There are currently more than 900 different products and software applications certified by the Z-Wave Alliance, spanning all major market sectors for residential and commercial control applications. These include including lighting and lock controls, automated window treatments, garage and access controls, management of audio/video systems, thermostat and energy management, and remote appliance control.
“The Z-Wave Alliance and SecureNet share several passionate expectations for the industry,” said Ben English, Chief Marketing Officer of SecureNet. “Our commitments to peak value for consumers, earth-friendly technology, and simplicity make the Z-Wave Alliance a partnership we can proudly support.”
“We are very pleased to have SecureNet join the Z-Wave Alliance, and look forward to its support of the rapidly expanding Z-Wave ecosystem,” said Mark Walters, chairman of the Z-Wave Alliance. “The Z-Wave Alliance is dedicated to ensuring seamless interoperation of wireless devices, and is pleased that the SecureNet platform and products will contribute strongly to the ease-of-use and broad consumer acceptance of Z-wave products.”
About SecureNet Technologies
SecureNet builds technologies that makes homes and business spaces safer, more convenient, and enjoyable. The company’s devices and software empower service providers in the home automation and security space to provide new, interactive capabilities to their customers, including interactive home security, video monitoring, environment control, energy management, and alarm monitoring.
SecureNet is a privately held company headquartered in Longwood, Florida, with locations in Sydney, Australia, and Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.securenettech.com.
About The Z-Wave Alliance
Established in 2005, the Z-Wave Alliance is an open consortium of leading companies worldwide dedicated to delivering affordable, reliable easy-to-use, wireless home control products and services. With more than 900 interoperable products certified and over 250 members, the Alliance represents the largest ecosystem of wireless control products in existence and the global, brand-recognized companies that bring these products and services to market. The Alliance supports its members with marketing, networking, technical forums, training, best practices, test and certification tools and a complete interoperability lab. For more information on or to join the Alliance, please email email@example.com or visit www.z-wavealliance.org.