Video: Control4 adds Pakedge BakPak to RK-1 router for smarter Smart Homes

posted on Thursday, 9th February 2017 by David Slater

Control4  ISE 2017  Networking 

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At ISE 2017, Control4 has introduced Pakedge network Solutions BakPak running on the Control4 RK1 5-port gigabit router. Brad Hintze, product marketing director, tells Inside CI that this will allow more installs to be run on BakPak, making jobs more efficient. Putting BakPak on the router means every home can benefit from remote monitoring. This could make it the RK1 the router of choice for custom install..

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