China-Based LifeSmart Opens San Jose, California, Operations Center
The firm, which has offices in Hangzhou, Shenzhen and Silicon Valley in the United States, strives to develop outstanding hardware, software and services to bring a convenient and comfortable lifestyle to customers, taking advantages of an experienced team, every step of the process from design to development, from management to marketing.
"The move aims to take advantage of localized resources and services in the United States to better promote the globalization of the company's products and branding image," said Denny Dong, CEO of LifeSmart.
According to the firm, during the just-closed CES 2015 in Las Vegas on Jan.9, LifeSmart gained favor with Sprint, the US's third largest telecom carrier, with the two parties having reached an intent for strategic cooperation on smart home development.
Meanwhile, LifeSmart recently clinched a notice of intent with Samsung US under which LifeSmart will distribute its products at Samsung's Galaxy Store, the latest efforts for the electronics giant to expand in the intelligent home market after it acquired Smart Things in August 2014.
To further build its presence in the US, LifeSmart has also initiated procedures to sell products at large retailers including Amazon, Home Depot, Walmart and Sam."Retailers from the Middle East and Europe have also showed interest in distributing the company's products and LifeSmart will accelerate the building of its global sales network in 2015," said Mr. Dong.
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