Savant Systems Selects Juniper Networks for AI-Driven Smart Home Automation Solutions

By Alex Passett September 11, 2023

It’s 2023, and smart home inventions abound. Sure, they don’t look precisely like what various science-fiction tales may once have foretold (though “foretold” is generous for word choice’s sake, given sci-fi has thrown darts at basically an infinitude of could-be’s and what-if’s), but smart-enabled technologies integrated into our day-to-day lives are still exciting. Today’s homeowners can be surrounded by comfort, convenience, and a sense of digitally assured safety. There are smart doorbells, security camera systems, a plethora of all-in-one apps for managing smart devices, energy-efficient gadgets, ways to sleekly improve appliance functionality, and too much more to list here. (Lest our team were to publish this and have it read as long as a pharmacy receipt.)

Still, somewhere between “Back to the Future Part II” and “Cyberpunk 2077,” there’s our slice of reality.

Enter the vision of Savant Systems.

You awake, and your home wakes with you. The house warms or cools before you’re out of bed, a calm tune plays, and the shades go up to let in a sliver of morning light. You leave for work, tapping a smart phone or smart watch setting so you can get out the door faster.

And that’s all before 8 a.m.

This is the kind of life story Savant Systems builds for its customers. Savant offer sheer convenience for controlling a home’s temperature, lighting, intuitive security, tailored notifications that fit everyone’s schedule, seamless media entertainment and more.

With everything touch-enabled on our screens, Savant strives to ensure everything that defines customers’ homes is also just a touch away.

And since another hot-topic innovation of 2023 has been AI, it only makes sense that Savant might branch out to get an even better handle on AI-fueled smart home accessibility.

That’s why Savant has officially selected Juniper Networks; specifically, Juniper’s AI-Driven Enterprise solutions to help, per this announcement, “revolutionize the home automation experience by bringing additional intelligent controls to millions of homes.”

Though Savant already brings unified controls for the aforementioned (e.g. lighting, temperature, security, simplified wireless networking, etc.), Savant still works to hone its smart remote management, visibility, and proactive remediation to keep everything up and running while simultaneously delivering exceptionally memorable homeowner experiences. So, Savant needed a wireless infrastructure that’s easy to configure and reliable to operate (and with extensive insights into varied smart home components).

That’s why Savant chose Juniper’s wireless access solution, driven by Mist AI.

Savant developers have also leveraged Juniper’s open API-centric architecture to build a new AI-driven dashboard, allowing dealers to manage, monitor, and support specific customer networks.

“Savant Systems is thrilled to be partnering with Juniper solutions and Mist AI to help our dealers reduce the discovery and resolution time of any Wi-Fi issue,” said Aaron Gutin, Product Category Director at Savant Systems. “Our integrators and end users are happy when the Wi-Fi’s great—which means we’re happy too.”

For Savant Systems Essentials and more info on what the company is making happen, read here.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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