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Trends of Smart Home Security Market Analyzed with Operators' Strategic Planning

DALLAS, August 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

RnRMarketResearch.com adds "Smart Home Security: Latest Developments, Future Trends and Operators' Strategic Planning" 2014 market research report of 28 pages to its store. The notion of digital home has been around for decades. Confined by unfledged network infrastructure and the lack of interoperability among connected devices with different network technologies and standards, the digital home development however did not proceed as planned.

On the rise of smart handheld devices, the idea of digital home has been replaced by smart home these days. Home security is the major area of focus in developing a smart home environment. The competition in smart home has heat up, following Google's acquisition of Nest Labs in January 2014 and Apple's entrance into smart home market in June same year. This report (http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/smart-home-security-latest-developments-future-trends-and-operators-strategic-planning-market-report.html ) outlines the latest development of smart homes; analyzes future trends of smart homes and major US operators' strategic planning thereof.

List of Topics 

  • Overview of the current development of smart home security solutions, touching on what Intel and Google have done in the past and present
  • Profiles of three mainstream smart home solution providers, namely AT&T, Comcast, and Cox, with the comparison of their service packages and pricing provided
  • Highlights of what home service providers, internet service providers, home appliances providers, and service integrators have their roles played in the smart home domain
  • Future trends observed in smart home market development from the perspective of telecom and broadband operators
  • Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include:

Companies covered in this smart home security market research report include: ADT, Aon, Apple, AT&T, August, Belkin, Cisco, Comcast, Cox, EcoFactor, Farglory, Google, Honeywell, iControl, Linear, Lowe's, Megatronic Design, Nest Labs, Osram, Panasonic, Philips, Qualcomm, Samsung, SECOM, Time Warner Cable, Verison, Xanboo and Yale. Order a copy of this report at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=206791 .

A chapter on operators' home security solutions highlight on energy efficiency and home automation covering following points: AT&T Digital Life (From Basic to Advanced Security Services, Launching Price-reduction Promotions for Bigger Slice of Market); Comcast XFINITY Home (Quad-play Bundles Include Home Security, New DIY Package is Price Friendly, Time Warner Cable-Comcast Merger Makes Push into Home Security) and Cox Home Security. The smart home development trends discussed in this research include Operators Seek Service Synergies, Internet Service Providers Heating Up the Competition, Pricing Affects the Adoption of Smart Home Solutions and Operators' Platform Development Capability Plays as Key to Success. This report comes with 7 tables and 9 figures to support the data and smart homes security market analysis information.

Regionally, Americas Smart Homes Market by Product (Security, Access, Lighting, Entertainment, Energy Management, HVAC, Ballast & Battery Pack), Service (Installation & Repair, Renovation & Customization) and Geography - Analysis & Forecast (2013 - 2020) is a 370 pages research report that says the growth of the Americas smart homes market in the coming years is expected to be remarkable, with the revenue growth estimated to reach $22.4 billion by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 17.62% from 2013 to 2020. The U.S., currently, leads the market share as this region has the maximum adoption of smart homes systems. In South America, Brazil is expected to emerge as a new destination for the smart homes market as there has been a fresh flow of FDI money flowing in the country, which is projected to continue to flow owing to the two major global events that are lined up in the country in the coming years; namely the "Football World Cup" in 2014 and the "Olympics" in 2016. Companies like Automated Control Technology Partners, Inc., AMX LLC, Cisco Systems Inc., Control4 Corporation, Cortexa Automation, Llc, Crestron Electronics, Inc., Element Controls Corp., Emerson Electric Co., Fortrezz, Llc, Guardian Protection Services, Inc., Home Automated Living, Inc, Home Automation Inc., Honeywell International, Inc., Lightolier, Inc., Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., Monster, Inc., Savant Systems Llc, Simply Automated, Inc., Smarthome, Inc., Tendril, Inc., United Technologies Corporation, Universal Devices, Inc. and Vivint, Inc. are profiled in this research available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/americas-smart-homes-market-by-product-security-access-lighting-entertainment-energy-management-hvac-ballast-battery-pack-service-installation-repair-renovation-customization-and-geo-market-report.html .

APAC Smart Homes Market by Products (Security, Access, Lighting, Entertainment, Energy Management Systems, HVAC, and Ballast & Battery Pack), Services (Installation & Repair, Renovation & Customization) & Country - Analysis & Forecast (2013-2020) is another Asia-Pacific focused research report of 368 pages. It says the growth of the APAC smart homes market in the coming years is expected to have a stable growth, with the revenue growth estimated to reach $9.23 billion by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 16.73% from 2013 to 2020. The APAC region accounted for 19% of the global smarty homes market revenue in 2012. The major players in the APAC smart homes market operating through their subsidiaries spread across the region, include; Siemens AG (Germany), Schneider Electric S.A. (France), ABB Ltd. (Switzerland), Ingersoll-Rand PLC (Ireland), Tyco International Ltd. (Switzerland), Emerson Electric Co. (U.S.), Legrand S.A. (France), Crestron Electronics, Inc. (U.S.) , Lutron Electronics, Inc. (U.S.), Honeywell International, Inc. (US), Samsung SNS Co. Ltd. (South Korea) and more. China, currently, leads the market share for APAC smart homes as this region has the maximum adoption. South East Asia countries from Others market are the emerging market for smart homes and are poised for the highest growth rate amongst all the countries followed by China growing at a CAGR of 17.50% from 2013-2020. It is estimated that the Others' market will increase at a CAGR of 19.13% from 2013 to 2020. Read more at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/apac-smart-homes-market-by-products-security-access-lighting-entertainment-energy-management-systems-hvac-and-ballast-battery-pack-services-installation-repair-renovation-customizatio-market-report.html .

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