RAMAT-GAN, Israel, June 17, 2015
Friendly Technologies, the unified device management company, announced the launch of a comprehensive Smart Home Management solution that provides easy and effective remote connection and management of the digital home. With the Friendly's platform, service providers can mass market quintuple play services quickly and successfully. Friendly will present its solution at the Smart Home World Summit in London later this month.
Friendly's Smart Home Portal offers a coherent and holistic view of devices in the smart home, including security appliances, lights, power grid, motion detectors, front door and window status, and security sensors. The system also allows subscribers to handle power management and broadband services effectively. Friendly's Home Portal remotely manages sensors and devices, providing subscribers with a single, easy-to-use interface-regardless of each device's specific manufacturer or model.
The product was designed specifically for carriers and service providers interested in increasing APRU by providing additional, value-added services to subscribers.
About Friendly Technologies
Friendly Technologies connects and manages IoT and Triple Play services, making them accessible and manageable anytime, anywhere. With its easy-to-use Smart Home management solution, Friendly allows service providers and their customers to control and monitor all aspects of the digital home-from appliances and security sensors, to power management and broadband services.
Available either as software-as-a-service (SaaS) or as on-premises software, Friendly's solutions manage and communicate with millions of IoT and M2M devices and support a full range of protocols including TR-069, OMA-DM, LWM2M and MQTT. For more information about Friendly Technologies, please visit www.friendly-tech.com or contact Ms. Liel Anisenko at +97237539000.
Friendly Technologies is honored to receive Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Award for Unified Device and Smart Home Management
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