Monday, May 07, 2018

12% of Canadian broadband households have smart home device

Approximately 12 percent of broadband households in Canada have a smart home device such as a smart thermostat, smart door look, or video doorbell, compared to 26 percent in the US, according to data from International IoT research firm Parks Associates. The security market in Canada is starting to leverage these products to drive new growth in their market. In Canada, 25 percent of broadband households have an active home security system, 70 percent of which have professional monitoring, and 25 percent of professionally monitored households plan to switch providers over the next year.

From the article "12% of Canadian broadband households have smart home device."

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