September 5, 2014
Global Caché Connectivity Products Seamlessly Integrate with Revolv Smart Home Solution
Global Caché, the leading independent manufacturer of WiFi and network enabling connectivity products for the control and automation market, and Revolv, a smart home company producing the highly integrated smart Hub with cloud-based control and automation software, announced today they have formed a strategic alliance. The agreement ensures product compatibility between the two companies and provides a platform for the companies to work together in both product development and marketing activities.
Global Caché’s products connect almost any electrical device to a WiFi and/or IP network so it can be controlled, automated, and maintained by network-based software. The company offers other connectivity products and capabilities, including IR learning, IR receivers, and sensors, that can be connected to a network. Global Caché devices are designed to work with other standards based products.
Revolv builds a one hub, one app solution that unifies the smart home on a smartphone or tablet. Revolve delivers the simplest, most affordable smart home experience using premium, off-the-shelf wireless products. The sleek and intuitive app easily connects with all of the smart devices being developed for the next generation home, such as lights, locks, sensors, thermostats, wireless speakers, providing a seamless home automation experience with diverse devices, without the worry of protocol, language or manufacturer.
“This is a very exciting partnership for us,” said Robin Ford, Global Caché VP of Business Development. “Revolv is definitely singing our tune with standards based connectivity and the simple and cost-effective solution the industry has been demanding. We’re so pleased they’ve chosen us to extend their reach to any IR device.”
“Our new alliance with Global Caché is an important one for us,” said Mike Dee, Head of Sales at Revolv. “Through our partnership we can extend our reach to almost every AV device on the market.”