Home networking firm appears closed
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-A home networking company that last year reported $4.5 million in sales has apparently closed its doors.
The offices of E House, a two-year-old company, were closed and locked and company officials could not be reached for comment, according to a report in The Florida Times-Union.
Competitors of the company said they have been getting calls from E House customers looking for other contractors for unfinished installations of cables for high-speed Internet, video and other electronic devices.
Home network company appoints CEO
COPENHAGEN, Denmark-Zensys, a company that has developed an RF-based wireless home control product, appointed Per Nathanaelson as the company's new chief executive officer and Stig Christensen as the new chairman of the board.
Nathanaelson, who has held positions with Philips in the U.K., Scandinavia and the U.S., was most recently a senior officer in C Technologies, a publicly traded image processing company.
Christensen, formerly of the LEGO Group, served as interim chief executive officer of Zensys from September to December of 2001.
UStec partners with Verizon
VICTOR, N.Y.-UStec, a provider of structured wiring systems, announced in May that it had partnered with Verizon Connected Solutions Inc. to employ Ustec-made hubs and multimedia outlets in co-branded structured wiring solutions. The hub will serve as the gateway to all digital services coming into the home, such as the cable or satellite TV and high-speed Internet access.