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Internet Home Alliance Planning Conference

Internet Home Alliance announced that its spring 2006 Collaborative Research Planning Conference will be held on March 29, 2006, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Produced by Internet Home Alliance, a cross-industry network of companies conducting collaborative research in the connected home space, the conference gives participants an opportunity to hear the latest connected home research and then work side-by-side with other attendees to develop relevant connected home solution concepts for testing within the Alliance's collaborative (multi-company) research program.

At this spring's conference, attendees will hear and discuss key learnings from the Alliance's 2005 State of the Connected Home Market Research, the organization's most comprehensive annual research study into the digital home market. Among the key findings, the study reveals good news for the connected home market -- a critical mass of consumers has adopted the three key foundational connected home technologies: multiple PCs in the home (53 percent of US households), broadband Internet access (70 percent of US households) and home networks (28 percent of US households).

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