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The Connected Home, by Motorola and Verizon

It’s here. Check out Verizon’s Home Monitoring and Control service suite that launched this week. 

The team at Motorola 4Home has been breathing in smart home all week–turning on and off lights with their PCs, running setup wizards with TV remotes and adjusting thermostats with smartphones. All to make sure it’s been thoroughly tested. 

The Motorola 4Home platform is powering Verizon’s new services. You’ll find our embedded software platform on each gateway that ships with the Verizon service kits. This software talks to our portal server in the cloud to let you to control and manage your home’s devices–on your PC, FiOS TV, smartphone and eventually tablet. 

Upgrade your house to a smart home today, and let us know what kinds of features you’d like to see in the future. In the meanwhile,  check out today’s press release  and take a look at the following video for a preview of our latest work.

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