Global Caché, manufacturer of IP, WiFi and HTTP enabling connectivity products for the control and automation market has announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with WyreStorm, global manufacturer specialising in signal distribution and control solutions.
The agreement assures the integration of Global Caché products and WyreStorm’s line of Enado Control Systems.
Enado products supporting Global Caché hardware are currently shipping.
Global Caché‘s products connect any IR, serial and contact closure device to a WiFi and/or IP network so it can be controlled, automated and maintained by network-based software.
The company offers other connectivity products and capabilities, including sensor input, IR learning, HTTP communication and the popular Control Tower IR database, available in the cloud.
Embracing the multiple technology platforms of HDMI, HDBaseT and networked AV, WyreStorm says it provides solutions that allow the integrator to use the best technology for a given application, offering unrivalled interoperability, value and compatibility with the latest 4K standards.
“WyreStorm is a great partner for us,” says Robin Ford, Global Caché VP. “Our connectivity hardware is made for control products like theirs. We allow them to extend the reach of the Enado controller line and add an unlimited number of IR, serial, or relay devices to their network. Installers love this competitive and simple solution. It’s extremely cost-effective, yet very powerful.”
James Meredith, WyreStorm Product Manager adds: “We have been working with Global Caché products for a while now and like them so much we are offering our compact Enado Mini IP with a minimalist design requiring only the bare essentials of cable connection for true plug-and-play installation.
“To control IR, RS232 and contact closure devices Global Caché hardware can be added seamlessly through the customisable web-based configuration UI. This combination solves many problems for the dealer while providing a clean, simple and intuitive interface for the user. We’re very pleased with the partnership.”