“Taking the Nabto-box to market allows any small business or consumer to have remote access to all of their home devices,” said Carsten Rhod Gregersen, CEO Nabto, “regardless of how old the technology that device was built with.”
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2014
Nabto, the ‘Internet of all Things’ pioneer announces a new product that will provide easy, safe remote access to home networks. Called the Nabtobox, the solution will simplify the process of setting up remote access to a home or small business network, bypassing the complex technical processes that are currently required. The Nabtobox permits any device or household electronic system to be accessed remotely from mobile devices like a laptop, smartphone or tablet. This includes access to thermostats, home security systems, file backups, and anything else that resides on a home network. Nabto is now seeking $75,000 for the final commercialization of the Nabtobox, via CrowdFunding sources, so that the solution can go into full production.
The Nabtobox is not cloud-based; instead it combines the Peer-to-Peer (known from Internet Phone services) and Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology (which allows any remote device to respond as if it was connected directly to the user’s home network). By fully utilizing the potential of these technologies, Nabtobox replaces all the tedious setup and configuration that users currently experience when they attempt to setup remote access to home devices. Instead, users get a box that plugs into a home network, and a one-click “Connect to My Home Network” software package or App that installs onto a PC or smartphone. The steps to install the Nabtobox are as easy as setting up a home router. Once the connection is established, all remote connections are directed to the Nabtobox, and onto the home network.
The Nabtobox will revolutionize how people connect and use their home networks, allowing a level of remote access that is currently restricted to large business or via cloud-based technology. The Nabtobox’s safe and secure hardware based nature, gives it the ability to go beyond simple file sharing, to managing any electronic device that is connected to a home or small business network. Practically, this means that users will be able to control their heating, turn lights on or off, even set the alarm, without stepping foot in their home.
“The Nabtobox allows any small business or consumer to have remote access to all of their home devices,” said, Carsten Rhod Gregersen, CEO Nabto “regardless of how old the technology that device was built with.”
Nabto was Founded by Carsten Rhod Gregersen, a serial entrepreneur and computer enthusiast, and is led by a talented team of software and electronic engineers with blue chip backgrounds. They focus on producing innovative and disruptive products. Nabto products have been adopted for use with a range of devices, including surveillance cameras, alarm systems, building controls, solar-inverters and wind turbines.
For more information on the Nabtobox, please visit the Nabtobox Indiegogo campaign:
Or the homepage of Nabto