Global Cache’ iTach Flex Awarded Commercial Integrator BEST Award

Posted on 12. Jun, 2013 by rustyk in Press Releases

Orlando, FL and Jacksonville, OR, USA — June 12, 2013 — (InfoComm13 – Booth #2427)   tGlobal Caché,he leading independent manufacturer of IP and WiFi connectivity products for the control and automation market, today announced the company’s newest product, the iTach Flex, has been awarded the Commercial Integrator BEST Award in the IP Enabling category. Commercial Integrator BEST Awards products are chosen by a panel of integrators and the editors of Commercial Integrator, to join an exclusive group of products deemed the most noteworthy. Criteria for Commercial Integrator Awards includes innovation, functionality, competitive advantages, and benefits to the installer.

Global Caché’s iTach Flex, an industry first, is a smart end-point that WiFi or network enables electrical devices instantly. The Flex adds intelligence to the enabled device, allowing events and tasks to be triggered. In addition, the Flex supports HTML5 for web browser control from anywhere in the world. The Flex’s extremely small footprint, slightly larger than a pack of gum, is ideally suited for transparent coupling and seamless integration to any device in homes or businesses. The Flex’s unique hardware form offers the ability to bridge products and systems in a way never available before by featuring a WiFi or network connection and a standard 3.5mm jack that supports almost any type of protocol using Flex Link cables.

Robin Ford, Global Caché VP said, “We’re proud to be honored for this game-changing little device by Commercial Integrator, a publication highly respected by commercial integrators, a group that we believe will greatly benefit from using the Flex in their installations. The product, based on open systems, integrates into any control environment very easily, saving time, money. It just plain solves a lot of connectivity problems. It’s being used successfully in conference rooms, educational environments, sports bars, you name it.”