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Smart Technology in the Intelligent Home

by on May 13, 2009

Written by: Peter L. Mosca In 2009, WIRED magazine again served as the technology and automation advisor for the Smart Home, helping to identify and secure new “smart” systems and fun gadgets with a focus on energy efficiency, homeowner awareness and great design. The result is a Smart Home that is responsible, responsive, and cutting-edge—and […]

ecobee Continued – John Tindale’s Blog

by on May 12, 2009

Today I installed two ecobee thermostats for a customer in Northern Virginia. Althought there are a few similarities with the Honeywell wireless product, the ecobee is a completely different device in other respects. The ecobee connects with your wireless network, and communicates with the internet and the ecobee site for remote access- yes, there’s an […]

Branham300 names ecobee as one of the Top 25 Up and Comers

by on April 14, 2009

April 15, 2009 Toronto, ON – ecobee, a company dedicated to helping consumers conserve energy, save money and reduce their environmental impact, has been selected as one of the Top 25 Up and Comers for 2009 by the Branham Group Inc. The Branham Group releases the prestigious Branham300 list once a year. It is the […]

Top 25 Up and Comers

by on March 30, 2009

The Top 25 Up and Comers category recognizes the leaders of tomorrow within the Canadian ICT industry. The companies appearing on this year’s list were established no earlier than Jan. 1, 2005 and were selected (not ranked) for their innovation, uniqueness and long-term potential.

ecobee Smart Thermostat Selected for Smart Home: Green +Wired 2009

by on March 23, 2009

New York, March 24, 2009 – ecobee, a company dedicated to helping consumers conserve energy, save money and reduce their environmental impact, announced that the ecobee Smart Thermostat was selected for use in the “Smart Home: Green +Wired 2009” exhibit in Chicago, presented by Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) in partnership with Wired Magazine.