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Lowe's Chooses Genability for Smart Home Initiative

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Genability is excited to announce that Lowe’s is using Genability’s technology in Iris, its new cloud-based smart home solution.  Iris is an affordable system that gives homeowners the ability to control and interact with their home from anywhere.

Lowe’s has over 1,700 stores in North America and will be rolling out Iris in mid-2012.  We are thrilled to be working with Lowe’s, AlertMe and Blue Line Innovations on this exciting partnership.

For more information, please see our press release on BusinessWire.

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