Intamac Systems Ltd, a Northampton, UK-based provider of interactive home broadband services, has received a £1m equity investment from venture capital firm Seraphim Capital.
The company has developed a web-based platform that enables a broad range of new products and interactive services for consumers to remotely monitor and control their home environment. This platform has been designed to work with the new generation of intelligent household devices such as alarms, locks, cameras, electrical appliances and even utility meters, which can now send and receive information wirelessly via a household’s broadband connection.
Intamac’s system provides a simple web interface which can be accessed via either a computer or a mobile phone to manage all these devices and deliver innovative new services.
Founded in September 2000, the company is led by CEO Kevin Meagher.
Intamac has head offices and development facilities in Northampton and technical system support facilities housed in a leading commercial ISP in Leeds.