TiO Home Automation said this week that it is now looking for
dealers and integration partners, who will be called TiO
Russound will begin to ship in December the first products to embody its XStream concept for whole-home audio.
TiO, the home automation brand launched by Russound and Colorado vNet veteran Mike Anderson through Automated Control Technology Partners (ACTP), has launched its first product offering. TiO's products are divided into "Moods" and "Experiences."
Industry veteran Mike Anderson this week announced plans to "wind down" 3vNet, while also announcing the launch of a new company called Automated Control Technology Partners, Inc. (ACTP).
3vNET this week introduced the CB1 Control Bridge, described by the company as "a gateway for lighting control of a home automation system."
3vNet, the former Colorado vNet, announced Wednesday that it has named Matt Curtin its director of U.S. sales. Curtin comes to the company from Russound.
The company formerly known as Colorado vNet is launching in its newest incarnation as 3vNet, Inc., company CEO Mike Anderson announced Monday.
Russound announced Wednesday that it has teamed up with marketing firm the OAC Group, in order to "ramp up" its marketing and product development strategy.
Charlie Porritt, the CEO of Russound, sat down with CustomRetailer
this week to clear up any misconceptions about the sale of Colorado
vNet. On April 25, Russound announced the sale of Colorado vNet
Corp. to a new company created by its former vice president of
sales and marketing Mike Anderson.