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  • Worried about executing an IoT strategy? Top 10 things manufacturers must consider.

    Posted: 7th November 2016

    While the opportunities for embracing IoT are incredibly exciting, it is essential that manufacturers ask the right questions from the beginning when identifying and executing an IoT strategy says Mark Lee, CCO of Intamac, an IoT enabler and innovator with over a decade of experience in this sector.

    Mark continues:

    “IoT is a relatively new sector where best practices around things like security are constantly evolving and certainly not widely adopted across the industry. This means manufacturers have to be extremely careful when developing their IoT strategy and selecting an IoT technology partner. Asking important questions about security, reliability and customer experience from the beginning is essential in order to avoid potentially disastrous consequences in the future. Read more...

  • Radical change needed for security industry to fulfil IoT potential

    Posted: 4th June 2015

    Mark Lee, CCO of Intamac, an IoT enabler and innovator with over a decade of experience in this sector, believes security companies shouldn’t disregard the IoT trend due to concerns over security and should instead look to the numerous opportunities it offers, not least the exciting new revenue streams this technology presents.

    Service-based business model

    The adoption of any new technology requires a certain amount of agility; however incorporating IoT into any company’s offering requires a step change in the business model if it is to succeed. IoT places control in the hands of the consumer, allowing them to remotely monitor and control devices such as their security system. This is highly disruptive in an industry that has previously relied on a subscription-based business model, where consumers sign up to have their security system monitored.  Read more...

  • Can IoT help the elderly stay safe at home for longer?

    Posted: 1st June 2015

    A major challenge for society in the near future will be meeting the needs of an aging population, set to rise by 23% from 2010 to 2018, with the 65+ population expected to reach 16.9 million by 2035. The combined pressures of this demographic change, reduced health and social care budgets and the desire of individuals to lead independent lives for longer will drive the need for more personalised health programmes based on home-centric care and IoT will have a big part to play in this movement says Mark Lee, Chief Commercial Officer at Intamac, an IoT enabler and innovator, with over a decade of experience in the IoT sector. Read more...

  • Industry Trailblazers Honoured at Frost & Sullivan's Best Practices Awards Banquet Exceptional performances across industry recognised at Frost & Sullivan's prestigious awards ceremony

    Posted: 21st May 2015

    Frost & Sullivan presented thirty-five accolades to industry leaders and innovators during last Thursday's 2015 Growth, Innovation & Leadership Awards Banquet at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London.

    Addressing the audience, composed of decision-makers and visionaries from a broad spectrum of industries, Gary Jeffery, Partner & Director at Frost & Sullivan, explained: "Our long-established awards programme recognises companies that have demonstrated a unique approach towards doing business in their respective markets. Frost & Sullivan celebrates these ideas and strategies that drive corporate growth." Read more...


    Posted: 8th May 2015

    Intamac, one of the first companies to bring connected products to market has opened a new office at Milton Hall

    Intamac, an IoT enabler and innovator, is opening a new office at Milton Hall in Cambridge. The move follows strong growth for the Northampton headquartered company. Ten members of Intamac’s IoT technical team will be based from the new Cambridge facility, with further expansion planned. Read more...

  • How IoT tech shook up the global manufacturing sector

    Posted: 22nd April 2015

    The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is coming. The world of connected products is already having a massive affect on business, and by 2025 those companies demonstrating the best use of IoT technologies will be up to 10% more profitable, says a recent report*. However, while it is easy to say ‘The IoT will change everything’, sifting through the useless gimmicks and determining what will change, and how, is much more complex, says Mark Lee, Chief Commercial Officer of Intamac, an IoT enabler and innovator, with over a decade of experience in the sector. Read more...

  • Intamac wins Frost & Sullivan`s IoT European New Product Innovation award

    Posted: 26th March 2015

    Intamac, one of the first companies to bring connected products to market, wins IoT award

    Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, has awarded its prestigious 2015 Internet of Things (IoT) European New Product Innovation award to Intamac, an IoT enabler and innovator, with over a decade of experience in the sector.

    The award recognises Intamac’s pioneering one-stop software and platform centric portfolio, as an exciting business model innovation. In response to the award, David Perez, CEO of Intamac, said:  Read more...

  • Big data. Big Benefits.

    Posted: 4th December 2014

    As the number of sensors, controllers and other devices connected to the Internet grows, so does the amount of data being collected and transmitted back and forth across the cloud.  For manufacturers, harnessing all this new data and then knowing what to do with it poses significant challenges.  Nonetheless, these are challenges that need to be overcome, as harnessing ‘big data’ sets and incorporating the resultant analysis into a strategy towards improving business practices and processes, could be transformative.   Read more...

  • Swann select Intamac to develop innovative Cloud Video Recording service for the self-install CCTV market

    Posted: 20th October 2014

    Intamac, a pioneer of the “Internet of Things” and an already trusted partner of some of the world’s biggest brands, has been selected by Swann Communications to develop an innovative Cloud Video Recording solution, leveraging the Internet to deliver new features and functionality around some of their existing and new products. Read more...

  • Amino Home Reach wins prestigious CSI Awards for Best IPTV Technology or Service

    Posted: 15th September 2014

    Second major industry award of the year for new home monitoring and control solution

    (IBC Amsterdam, 13th September 2014) Amino, leader in IPTV, has scooped a top industry award for Amino Home Reach – the second major accolade of the year for the company’s innovative home monitoring and control solution.

    The company stepped up to receive the award for Best IPTV Technology or Service at the CSI 2014 awards at IBC 2014 in Amsterdam last night. Visitors to the show can see Home Reach at the Amino stand in the Connected World area – hall 14, stand J20. Read more...