Partnership to deliver first AI-driven smart home automation

Partnership to deliver first AI-driven smart home automation

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Juniper Networks a leader in secure networks, has announced that Savant Systems, a smart home and energy leader, has selected Juniper’s AI-Driven Enterprise offerings, including wireless access, to help revolutionize the home automation experience by bringing intelligent controls to millions of homes.

Juniper’s AI-driven and API-centric wireless network provides the automation, insight and assurance needed for world-class lighting, security, climate and entertainment experiences.

Homeowners want to be surrounded by comfort, convenience and efficiency. Savant smart homes unite automated controls for security, lighting, temperature, power and simplified wireless networking, but they need remote management, visibility and proactive remediation to keep them up and running while delivering amazing user experiences.

With extensive experience in the smart home industry, Savant Systems has been providing its software to millions of homes for over 17 years and is committed to delivering the highest quality smart home and energy solutions. To make the customer experience even better, Savant needed a wireless infrastructure that is easy to configure and reliable to operate, with extensive insight into user experiences for all smart home components. Savant chose Juniper’s wireless access, driven by Mist AI, as the network foundation for the company’s smart home offerings.

As the leader in wireless access, Juniper provides Savant with a variety of unique yet essential AI networking features, such as customizable wireless service levels, proactive AI-driven troubleshooting and self-driving operations that keep customer networks running smoothly. In addition, Savant developers leveraged Juniper’s open API-centric architecture to build a customized AI-driven dashboard that allows dealers to seamlessly manage, monitor and support individual customer networks. Dealers can provision and activate a customer’s network all from their Savant dashboard, eliminating the need to learn a new user interface and thus accelerating time to revenue and reducing overhead for their installation team.


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