Future Lab: The Connected Home

January 3rd, 2011 |
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The technology to make a connected home probably exists. With diverse platforms and network configurations, as well as manufacturers’ unique characteristics built into computing gear, audio and video equipment and appliances, the task of getting them to work together usually requires more than getting the settings correct under a PC’s preferences menu. In this edition of Future Lab, a quick primer on the connected home in advance of CES, the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show.

Neil McPhail, Senior Vice President Growth Operations and Assimilation, Best Buy
Brian Cooley, Editor at Large, CNET
Dina Papagiannaki, Senior Researcher, Intel Labs

Dina Papagiannaki and Dr. Antonio Nucci, “Design, Measurement and Management of Large-Scale IP Networks: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice

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