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Canada Controls Announces Distribution Expansion of Lynxspring JENEsys Edge Controllers

April 22, 2024

Canada Controls Announces Distribution Expansion of Lynxspring JENEsys Edge Controllers

Canada Controls announced today their distribution partnership with Lynxspring, allowing the sales of the JENEsys Edge portfolio of IP controllers and extension modules

Lynxspring, Inc. is a premier manufacturer, developer, and provider of software and hardware platforms for smarter buildings. Their Niagara-based JENEsys Edge is designed to meet today’s requirements to connect, manage and control closer to the data source, whether it be the equipment, a single facility, or a multi-site environment.

“At Canada Controls ensuring our customers get the latest technology, service and support is our main focus,” said Paul Tervit, Vice-President. “The Lynxspring JENEsys Edge controllers help fit the ever expanding IP market in this world of Net Zero Building Decarbonization.”

The versatility, functionality and broad footprint of these controllers make them a powerful, cost-effective, and economical solution for any building or plant, as well as equipment controls such as: air handling units, rooftop units, boilers, fan coil units, heat pumps and IoT applications requiring smart, edge technology.

“We are delighted to partner with Canada Controls and to expand the availability of the JENEsys Edge portfolio to deliver cutting-edge building control and equipment solutions,” said Marc Petock, Vice President, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer of Lynxspring. “In today’s dynamic built environment, this relationship comes at a time when we see many opportunities calling for a proven and trusted platform such as Niagara and the power of IP,” said Petock.

About Lynxspring, Inc.
Founded in 2002, and embracing open software and hardware platforms, Lynxspring develops, manufactures, distributes, and supports edge-to-enterprise solutions and IP technology that create smarter buildings, smarter equipment, and smarter solutions. The company’s technologies, products and services provide connectivity, control, integration, interoperability, data access, aggregation and visualization enabling users to achieve operational and business outcomes. The versatility, functionality, and broad scope of the company’s product portfolio, combined with its extensive domain knowledge of the built environment, make it a powerful and economical solution for system integrators, building owners and operators, consultants, and equipment manufacturers. Lynxspring’s solutions are deployed in millions of square feet of commercial and government settings in the United States and internationally.

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More information about Lynxspring is available at: www.lynxspring.com.

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