11:14 uur 13-05-2016

Domotz en Fing bundelen krachten

LONDEN–(BUSINESS WIRE)—Domotz, een toonaangevende aanbieder van zakelijke home intelligence en systemen voor ondersteuning op afstand, heeft vandaag bekendgemaakt dat het Fing heeft gekocht. De app Fing is wereldwijd de nummer 1 voor netwerkscans. Sinds zijn lancering in 2011 is Fing, waarmee gebruikers snel een netwerk kunnen scannen, alle verbonden apparaten zien, het veiligheidsniveau beoordelen, indringers opsporen en netwerkproblemen oplossen, uitgegroeid tot ‘s werelds populairste netwerkscantechnologie voor mobiele telefoons en tablets.

“Bij Fing hebben we altijd geloofd in netwerk-apps die soepel zijn in het gebruik en productief zijn voor onze gebruikers”, zeggen de oprichters van Fing in een verklaring. “We zijn erg blij dat met Domotz verder werken aan nieuwe producten en innovaties die nog relevanter en populairder zijn.”


Domotz and Fing Have Joined Forces

Domotz has acquired Fing, the leader in on-the-go network scanning technology

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Domotz, the leading provider of home intelligence and remote tech support systems for professionals and enterprises today announced it has acquired Fing, the world’s #1 network scanning app. Since launching in 2011, the Fing app which enables users to quickly scan a network and see all connected devices, evaluate security levels, detect intruders and resolve network issues, has quickly become the world’s most popular network scanning technology on mobile phones and tablets.

“At Fing, we have always believed in building networking apps that are seamless to use and productive for our users,” said the founders of Fing. “We are very excited to continue our work together with Domotz on new products and innovations that are even more relevant and loved by our user base.”

“Domotz is more than thrilled to have the Fing team join our family,” said Domenico Crapanzano, CEO & Founder of Domotz. “They have proven they are the clear leader in network scanning and I am absolutely confident that combining our two teams will deliver the most advanced, user friendly and engaging Internet of Things (IoT) management apps the world has seen to date.”

Monitoring All Around

The Fing network scanning app boasts over 12 million app downloads and 6 million active users who perform over 600,000 network scans a day, discovering billions of connected devices every year around the world. Beloved by users everywhere, the app ranks as a top 100 utilities app on the App store and Google Play, in the USA, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, United Kingdom, Germany and Italy.

The Domotz Pro monitoring system costs only $2.99 a month per network and includes professional level features for network management such as; alerts, remote device access, remote power management, network diagnostics and remote collaboration.

New IoT Monitoring Systems

The Fing team will join Domotz and together they will continue working on the existing Fing app as well as new and never before seen monitoring systems for home and professional users.

Fing and Domotz plan to introduce their first joint product for home users in the second half of 2016.

As always, the Fing app will continue to be free for all new and existing users.


Since its founding in 2011, Fing has become the leader in on the go network scanning technology. With over 12 million app downloads to date, a number currently growing by over 40,000 downloads a day, Fing is consistently ranked as a top 100 utilities app on the App store and Google Play in the USA, the UK, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Germany and Italy.


Founded in 2014, Domotz’ develops remote monitoring and tech support systems for professionals, integrators, help desks and enterprises. Its recently launched remote tech support system, Domotz Pro, is already used by thousands of integrators in 34+ countries around the world. A quickly growing player in the IoT space, Domotz is a member of Cedia, the Consumer Technology Association and the AllSeen Alliance.


Violet Chepil
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