Magenium Solutions debuts "Connected Home & Office" division

 
Marketwired
Updated 5/6/2015 11:57 AM
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GLEN ELLYN -- Magenium Solutions announced it has created a new "Connected Home and Office" division, aimed at providing solutions for the growing Internet of Things technology.

The division allows the IT consulting company to offer corporate and home users an array of services aimed at simplifying the connected home and office, an accelerating market powered by the new Internet of Things.

Microsoft Skype, available for home and the just released Skype for Business, is one of many products that will cross the chasm of work and home and is at the forefront of IoT.

IoT has evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, new micro-electromechanical systems and the Internet. ABI Research estimates that five years from now, 30 billion devices will be wirelessly connected to the IoT.

The "Connected Home & Office" Division of Magenium Solutions, led by connectivity expert Ben Brotcke, will help companies accelerate the adoption of technology needed to compete in IoT.

"We've seen rapid growth the past few years as new technologies have emerged. Customers breathe a sigh of relief when we tell them that we will connect everything and make it work," said Brotcke.

In launching the new division, Magenium Solutions is acquiring and merging Brotcke's eHome business with its existing technology services.

"I'm excited about the full range of services we'll be able to offer," Brotcke said.

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