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Zonoff Works With D-Link to Expand Wi-Fi Camera Support Across Its Home Automation Platform

Available Now as Part of the Staples Connect Home and Office Automation System, Zonoff's Platform Expansion Delivers the Industry's Most Robust Offering of Cameras to Date

MALVERN, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/14 -- Zonoff, a software company that powers the "brains" of the connected home, today announced a robust expansion of camera support across its white-label home automation platform sold through channel partners. With the addition of D-Link's HD Mini Bullet Outdoor IP Camera (DCS-7010L) and the 360 degree IP Camera (DCS-6010L), Zonoff extends its industry leading platform to offer the most comprehensive ecosystem of officially supported cameras in the connected home market, including a range of indoor, outdoor, pan/tilt/zoom, and panoramic models.

The additional cameras are now available for purchase as part of the Staples Connect home and office automation program, and are available online. The cameras can be accessed and controlled via web browser, as well as the Staples Connect apps for both iOS and Android.

"Zonoff is on a mission to deliver the most comprehensive ecosystem of connected devices to the mass market through channel partners like Staples," said Mike Harris, CEO of Zonoff. "Integrated into the connected home and office experience, cameras provide an increased level of security and peace of mind for families, business owners and homeowners. With our platform's robust camera support, we have made sure to offer a broad range of solutions that fit each individual's unique needs."

"D-Link is dedicated to providing the most advanced and easy-to-use IP surveillance cameras for home and small business monitoring, helping to make connected homes and businesses smarter and safer," said A.J. Wang, chief technology officer, D-Link Systems, Inc. "We are thrilled to be part of the Staples Connect home and office automation program that is assisting customers in finding the best products that meet their needs."

The Zonoff Platform's host of D-Link support includes the following camera models:

  • DCS-933L Day / Night Network Cloud Camera
  • DCS-942L Enhanced Day / Night Network Cloud Camera
  • DCS-5020L Pan&Tilt Day / Night Network Cloud Camera
  • DCS-2330L Outdoor HD Wireless Network Cloud Camera
  • DCS-7010L HD Mini Bullet Outdoor IP Camera
  • DCS-6010L 360 Degree IP Camera

Zonoff continues to rapidly expand its platform and additional camera integrations are scheduled to roll out on an ongoing basis.

This announcement comes on the heels of a broad expansion of the Staples Connect device ecosystem made earlier this year. Zonoff and Staples are at the forefront of the growing connected home and office market, an industry that is expected to reach $71 billion in revenue by 2018, according to Juniper Research. The Staples Connect offering, powered by Zonoff, has the capability to provide comprehensive home automation, remote control, energy management, safety monitoring, and more. Staples Connect customers have access to connected products from the most trusted names in the industry including Lutron, Philips, GE, Honeywell, Yale, and more, with new products being integrated on a regular basis.

About Zonoff
Zonoff is the technology that connects the Internet of Things to everyone. As the "brains" of the Connected Home, Zonoff provides a comprehensive software platform that enables partners such as electronic device makers, service providers and retailers to deliver new products and services to the consumer mass market. The Zonoff Connected Home Platform consists of Home, Cloud, and App software and powers everything from entry level point solutions to comprehensive home automation, remote control, energy management, and safety monitoring. Zonoff also provides ongoing revenue opportunities for its channel partners as consumers expand and upgrade their home. For more information, visit www.Zonoff.com or follow via Twitter @ZonoffInc.

About D-Link
D-Link is the global leader in connectivity for home, small business, mid- to large-sized enterprise environments, and service providers. An award-winning designer, developer, and manufacturer, D-Link implements and supports unified network solutions that integrate capabilities in switching, wireless, broadband, storage, IP Surveillance, and cloud-based network management. For more information visit www.dlink.com, or connect with D-Link on Facebook (www.facebook.com/dlink) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/dlink).

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