If you’re planning on attending CEDIA this year, we’d like to invite you to visit us in booth #2924. Come check out our new booth and find out what we’ve been working on. Learn about our award winning iTach Flex, iTach, and GC-100 product families and how they can help you save time and make more money. Don’t forget to ask about our new Training Portal with a module that introduces our company and products, another on how to install and setup an iTach WiFi device, and one all about IR learning. Got questions? We have a Support Portal designed around getting you the quick support and growing knowledgebase you need.
Also, please plan to attend one of our training sessions: Manufacturer Training, “Cloud-based & Open Systems IP Control Using Global Caché,” Wednesday, 10AM-11:30AM with partner iRule (Catalog #: MPT588-7) or Friday, 10AM-11:30AM with partner Roomie Remote (Catalog #: MPT588-8). We’ll show you how to use the new smart end-point, iTach Flex, with other Global Caché products and our software and hardware partners. The revolutionary iTach Flex, 2013 CES Innovation and Engineering Award Honoree and Commercial Integrator’s BEST award winner, connects almost any electrical device to a network, so it can be controlled/automated using a smartphone, tablet, PC, or conventional controller. Learn from us and our partners how to install solutions using the tiny Flex. Need to control serial, IR, relay devices from an iDevice, smartphone, PC? Our comprehensive training demonstrates how to easily integrate cost-effective GC connectivity products into automation and control environments using our end-point hardware and partners’ software. Learn to successfully implement and utilize our standards-based solutions in pro and residential installations.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the iTach Flex and our other products and how they can make your installs cost effective and simple, then please visit our website for information on the ultra-compact devices that fit almost anywhere (even in the palm of your hand) and include a choice of wired TCP/IP (PoE, anyone?) or WiFi connectivity to infrared (IR), serial (RS232) or contact closure (relay) equipment.