– HomeSeer Technologies announces the release of its second generation Windows Media Center
interface. The interface is designed to allow users to monitor and control
their HomeSeer-automated homes through Media Center.
The new interface includes updated graphics and improved performance and was
re-written in .NET for greater compatibility with HomeSeer’s other products.
“We were the first home automation company to release a Media Center
interface two years ago and it’s been very successful”, states Richard Helmke,
HomeSeer’s president. “The new version builds on that success and we expect our
users to be very happy with the improvements “.
Center interface is
designed to work with the HomeSeer PRO-100 home automation controller or with
any PC running HomeSeer HSPRO or HS2 home automation software. With the
interface, homeowners will be able to control hundreds of devices from
manufacturers such as Lutron, Leviton, Intermatic, Cooper, Russound, HAI and
On-Q (to name just a few).
The Media Center
interface is slated to begin shipping in November, 2006.
For the past eight years, HomeSeer Technologies has been
creating some of the most popular and robust automation systems available.
HomeSeer Technologies’ software and hardware controllers have been installed in
over 10,000+ residential and commercial sites. HomeSeer has won numerous awards
including TechTV’s Best of CES, HomeAutomation top 50, TechLiving’s HOT LIST, and
was recently selected as a central integration component in all episodes of the
hit FOX TV show “Renovate My Family”. HomeSeer Technologies web site is
HomeSeer Technologies is a leading provider of home control software based in Bedford New
Hampshire. Our software and hardware controllers give
users the ability to integrate and automate everything in their home, including
lights, appliances, thermostats, audio/video, and media content. Our software
is IP enabled, giving users remote access from anywhere in the world. Visit
www.homeseer.com for more information.
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