By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Journal of Technology -- Independent communications cooperative Clear Creek Communications of Oregon City, Oregon announced the availability of their ClearView Security and Home Automation platform for the rural broadband service provider community. With the ClearView Regional Partner program, service providers gain access to a turnkey home automation platform that enhances their current product portfolio with home security, monitoring, and control solutions. As a 100+ year old communications service provider, Clear Creek Communications understands the unique requirements of independent communications carriers and has tailored ClearView to meet these requirements and provide a key in-demand value added service.
According to leading consumer technology market research firm Parks Associates, home automation and control services offer tremendous opportunities for service providers. Recent Parks Associates research findings reveal that two-thirds of U.S. broadband households are interested in smart home service bundles that include a variety of home safety, security, and management offerings. Major service providers including Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, CenturyLink, and Mediacom have already launched home security, monitoring, and automation packages. With ClearView, Clear Creek Communications is making comparable services available to service providers of any size.
"The ClearView Regional Partner Program was established so that smaller independent service providers can easily add a home security and automation solution to their portfolio and leverage this exciting business opportunity for revenue growth," said Jay Henke, Business Development and Operations Manager for Clear Creek Communications. "ClearView not only provides a best-in-class technology platform, but also a partner support program, a definitive advantage that helps partners successfully launch and operate a home security and automation service."
Two regional partners, Stayton Telephone Cooperative of Stayton, Oregon and Scio Mutual Telephone of Scio, Oregon have recently emerged from a multi-month beta test program and have now made ClearView commercially available.
"ClearView allows us to offer the same state-of-the-art home security and monitoring services our customers see being offered by larger carriers," said Stayton Telephone Cooperative President/CEO Don Lawrence. "The ClearView Regional Partner program provides us just the type of support and resources a company like ours needs to successfully launch important products like this."
To ensure all regional partners are armed with the innovative technology that continually evolves to meet market realities, ClearView is strategically linked to Alarm.com. With advanced monitoring, mobile apps, web-based services and an unparalleled hosted services platform, Alarm.com helps their partners protect and empower more than one million homes and businesses throughout North America.
ClearView will be attending the NTCA RTIME Annual Meeting and Expo on February 2-5 in San Antonio, TX. For more information visit Booth #509 or join ClearView for Breakfast on February 4, 7:00 - 7:30 am in the Marriott Rivercenter Conference Room 6.
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