Cable Technology Feature Article
Time Warner Cable to Introduce IntelligentHome in Ohio, Wisconsin and New York City
By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor
Users in Ohio and Wisconsin looking for security systems for their homes now have an additional option. Time Warner (News - Alert) Cable has announced that the company will introduce its home management and security system, IntelligentHome, in these areas in the near future. The company also plans to launch this system in Ney York this fall.
Time Warner Cable claims that its security systems will put the control of homes into the hands of homeowners like it never has before. The system allows homeowners to see real-time video of their home from a PC or mobile device and is equipped with a reliable battery charge.
With the help of this wireless system, homeowners can access and control their home security settings, lighting and thermostats. Along with security, the system also provides other special features like automation and energy management.
Along with the system, TWC also provides a 24/7 CSAA 5-Diamond Rated Emergency Response Center. This provides users with immediate access to Fire, Police and Medical in case of an emergency.
“Imagine you’re away on vacation and realize that you left the thermostat set at 72 degrees or left a closet light on. IntelligentHome lets you make adjustments remotely using a PC or smartphone. You can also temporarily disarm the system so a neighbor can come in to check the house, and you can even watch live video of your pets at home. It really brings customers a whole new level of peace of mind – and convenience,” said Adam Mayer, VP of IntelligentHome.
Recently, the company partnered with Starz, which provided users with unprecedented digital access to online content and expanded Video On Demand services.
Edited by Ashley Caputo