Prodea Systems Adds New Outlets


Prodea Systems,, recently launched its platform for the connected home—the ROS (residential operating system)—in the U.S. market. With the rollout, Prodea offers a managed service delivery platform, which allows a user to manage entertainment, education, health and wellness, home security, automation, energy management, and communication services through one managed platform.

Executives at the company say the Internet of Things isn’t just about technology, but rather delivering meaningful lifestyle experiences to people in a new world of hyper-connected devices. And this is exactly what Prodea is doing.

The company has also announced two newly formed deals the company has made. Fort Capital,, and Canal SUR,, have each signed on with Prodea to provide connected services with a Miami property and the Latin community in North and South America, respectively.

The Surf Club Four Seasons Private Residences,, in Miami is the signature property of Fort Capital and will house 150 homes and penthouses in two 12-story towers. Construction on the project began at end of 2013 and is expected to be completed by early 2016.

According to Nadim Ashi, CEO of Fort Capital, the implementation of Prodea’s ROS will provide the upscale housing development with a connected experience that fits with the company’s goal of providing its residents with a lifestyle of “unmatched luxury, convenience, and ease.”

By joining up with Prodea, Canal SUR—one of the largest cable networks of Latin American content—believes it can strengthen its ability to connect Latin Americans to their roots. Arturo Delgado, CEO of Canal SUR, views the connected experience as “the next frontier” for his consumers and the ROS will provide them with services that will further their ties to their culture, family, and friends.

Canal SUR is implementing a new OTT (over-the-top) model through pay TV in the U.S. to bring its customers the benefits of telemedicine, education, home security and automation, and energy management.

Prodea will be able to provide seamless access to the multitude of services to the connected home and life through the Internet of Things. The ROS platform allows for service providers to easily and cost effectively deliver autonomous, agnostic, and simple connectivity and services between people, data, and devices.

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