Unify4Life partners with Audivox for BlackBerry universal remote

Posted by Rob Lewis

Back in February Techvibes highlighted IDC's 10 Canadian Mobile Consumer and Enterprise Solutions to Watch. The IDC study profiled 10 relatively small emerging Canadian companies offering mobile consumer and enterprise solutions that they believe have the potential to make an impact in the information and communications technology market.

One of those 10 companies was named to last week's Branham Top 25 Canadian ICT Up and Comers list and continues to impress analysts in 2010 - Markham's Unify4Life.

Unify4Life's technology transforms your BlackBerry smartphone into a universal remote giving you complete control over all of your home's audio/video equipment. Like a regular universal remote, you can use your BlackBerry to quickly change channels on your TV, skip to the next chapter of your DVD, adjust the volume on your audio receiver or navigate through the guide on your set top box.

Unify4Life is now working with Audiovox and is bringing all of the products to market under their Acoustic Research division under the brand Zentral Home Command.

Check out the video below for a CrackBerry demo from the CES 2010 show in January.

Company:
Unify4Life
Website:
http://www.unify4life.com
Location:
Markham, Ontario, Canada

Unify4Life is dedicated to providing cost effective solutions that will enable your home devices to be controlled by a smartphone. By leveraging the power of the devices in your home together with your BlackBerry smartphone, we give you solutions that are simple to use, easy to setup and most of all convenient. With our applications, your smartphone will naturally become a personally customized interface to all... more


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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more



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