Amazon invests in Nucleus Wi-Fi driven intercom system

Thursday 22 September 2016 | 09:59 CET | News
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Alexa-enabled home intercom system Nucleus has raised USD 5.6 million during a funding round led by Amazon's Alexa Fund, VentureBeat reported. The intercom system is enabled by Wi-Fi, enabling customers to use their voice or video in the home to chat with other Nucleus devices or with Nucleus iOS and Android apps around the world.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Amazon / Foxconn
Countries: United States / World
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