The Canadian digital home market may still be in its infancy, but it is expected to soon skyrocket with forecasters...
January 20, 2006
The Canadian digital home market may still be in its infancy, but it is expected to soon skyrocket with forecasters estimating an annual growth rate that could reach as high as 35%.
In anticipation of that growth, the Strategy Institute has organized a two-day seminar entitled the Canadian Digital Home Summit, which will take place Feb. 21-22 at the Metropolitan Hotel in downtown Toronto.
The seminar will provide companies interested in entering the market with insight ranging from understanding consumer attitudes to how best meet connectivity and interoperability requirements.
“With the expansion of broadband and home networking products into homes, consumers are demanding content and services to be delivered over multiple devices,” organizers say.
Speakers will include Daniel Moloney, president of Motorola Inc.’s Connected Home Solutions division, Ron Zimmer, president and CEO of the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA), Rick Nadeau, vice president of Decima Research Group and Patrick Fitzgerald, vice president of global marketing with Siemens Home & Office Communication Devices LLC.
Further information is available at www.strategyinstitute.com.