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Residential Tech Today

June 2019

Residential Tech Today merges news and best practices industry leaders need, innovator profiles, exclusive interviews, and product reviews. With Jeremy Glowacki as the Executive Editor, the award-winning editorial staff from Innovation & Tech Today, and partnerships with leading organizations, this bi-monthly publication is injecting energy into the smart home market.

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from the editor

I recently switched to a new dental practice after my old dentist retired from the business. Like most people, I don’t look forward to having my teeth and gums poked and prodded, so I was especially anxious as I waited to meet my new dentist and hygienist. It didn’t help matters that the waiting room was less than Zen-like. Not only was the quality of light like a windowless department store circa 1975 (picture bright, blue-hued fluorescent tubes), but one of the bulbs or ballasts was on the fritz, creating the type of irritating buzz that one would expect from a miniature golf course bug zapper. When my wait was extended due to an emergency procedure ahead of me, you can only imagine how my state of mind was aggravated further…

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residential tech today

PUBLISHER/ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Charles Warner cwarner@goipw.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR Shane Brisson shane@goipw.com EXECUTIVE EDITOR Jeremy Glowacki jglowacki@goipw.com ASSOCIATE EDITORS Anthony Elio Alex Moersen SENIOR WRITER Patricia Miller CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Jamie Briesemeister Ian Bryant Dennis Burger Henry Clifford Michael Dye Michael Heiss Kevin Main Lauren Simmen Joseph Walter STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT Frederick J. Ampel CONSULTANTS Chris Foreman PROJECT DIRECTOR Steven Higgins SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Dave Van Niel SALES COORDINATORS Dave Kester ASSISTANT MARKETING MANAGER Rebecca Mullinex SENIOR VIDEO EDITOR Adam Saldaña VIDEO EDITOR Evan Kelley SENIOR DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT David Marble DISTRIBUTION Curtis Circulation PRINTING Publication Printers…

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As a product and marketing executive at Harman International, Michael Heiss was responsible for many breakthrough audio and video products. On the entertainment side of the business he was a promotion manager at NBC and was key to the development of hotel in-room movies and created the first nationwide movie rental service for Beta and VHS cassettes. A part of CEDIA since its founding, he served two terms on the CEDIA Board and headed the Technology Council. He was awarded CEDIA’s “Volunteer of the Year” award and is a CEDIA Fellow. He is also a member of the TV Academy, IEEE, the Society of Broadcast Engineers, and is a Life Member of SMPTE. At St. Louis-based Integration Controls, Jamie Briesemeister leads sales and marketing and is actively involved in business development,…

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by the numbers

5G NETWORKS WILL COVER 40% OF THE GLOBEBY 2024 Source bgr.com Peak Download Speeds 4.5 GB/s Initial Median Speeds 1.4 GB/s Approx. 20 times faster than 4G Source nytimes.com 5G should have around 1,000 TIMES the mobile data volume, and support up to 100TMES the number of connected devices Operators will spend $1.7 trillion on equipment upgrades between 2015 and 2020. Japan wants to have a commercial 5G network running by the time Tokyo hosts the 2020 Summer Olympic Games Source b2bnn.com…

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5g stats

Despite the success of 4G, there has been an industry push to increase speeds dramatically not only for today’s uses but for applications that let data drive 8K video, remote access to broadband, remote medicine and learning, autonomous vehicles, and a whole range of possibilities that now require hard-wired network connectivity. Delivering all of that and more is what 5G is all about. Here’s a look at some 5G and mobile usage statistics as you contemplate what has been called the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” Vecteezy.com…

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we ask industry insiders one question

We do a lot of work in MDU projects, and more recently we’ve begun designing and providing the access control portion of these projects. One of these projects can often have 50 or more camera locations, full integration with the elevator control and life safety systems, and often hundreds of additional control points. These systems can be large, often adding $300,000 or more to the overall project revenue for us. While there is a learning curve, commercial access control systems have become a logical and important addition to our overall offering. Richard Millson, Millson Technologies Inc. I see two main trends in the conference room space: 1) Bring Your Own Device or “BYOD” becoming the default for spaces and what that can mean for audio & video conferencing, sharing of content, delay/lag,…