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Yale Locks Now Compatible With Comcast's Xfinity Home


Xfinity Home Customers Can Now Manage and Control Smart Door Locks
from Yale

Locks & Hardware
today announced that smart locks from its
Assure Lock® line can now be connected to Comcast's Xfinity
service, its home security and home automation solution, when
purchased with a Yale Zigbee Network Module.

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Xfinity Home Customers Can Now Manage and Control Smart Door Locks from Yale (Photo: Business Wire)

Xfinity Home Customers Can Now Manage and Control Smart Door Locks from Yale (Photo: Business Wire)

"We're delighted to partner with Xfinity Home and have our Assure Lock
line play a critical role securing front doors across the country," said
Jason Williams, President, ASSA ABLOY U.S. Residential Group, which
includes Yale Residential. "Xfinity Home customers can now connect an
Assure Lock that's right for them and control access and secure their
homes from the Xfinity Home mobile app."

The Yale
Assure Lock
line is an extensive series of smart locks that offers
homeowners the choice of key-free or keyed locks in both touchscreen and
pushbutton versions, all in a choice of three finishes to complement any
home. Four compatible
Assure Locks with a Zigbee Network Module
(available for purchase
separately or with the lock) can be added to the Xfinity Home mobile
app. Xfinity Home customers who already own a compatible Assure Lock can
purchase a Yale Zigbee Network Module separately and easily add the
device onto the Xfinity platform.

When Yale's smart lock is integrated into an Xfinity Home system, the
door locks can be controlled and monitored from anywhere using the
Xfinity Home mobile app (iOS
or Android).
Users can remotely lock and unlock doors, check lock status, and create
rules such as receive a notification if the door is unlocked after 8:30
p.m. Additionally, Xfinity Home customers with the award-winning X1
voice remote
can say, "Lock the front door" to lock their compatible
Yale Assure Lock.

"Smart door locks can be a meaningful home security addition, especially
when combined with other IoT devices like cameras," said Patti Loyack,
vice president, IP services, and home automation, for Comcast Cable.
"Xfinity's platform gives consumers the ability to manage and control
all of their smart devices in one unified experience and we're excited
to give our customers even more choice by integrating the Assure Lock
line from Yale."

Yale Assure Lock line with Zigbee is now available to Xfinity Home's
more than 1.2 million subscribers through the Works
with Xfinity program
. For more information visit

About Yale

protects millions of homes and businesses worldwide and is the brand
behind locks of every design and function in over 125 countries. Our
door locks, digital locks, digital door viewers, padlocks, and more help
people to secure their favorite belongings. As one of the oldest
international brands, Yale is among the best-known and most respected
names in the lock industry. The company is a proud supporter of Habitat
for Humanity, and has provided more than 700,000 locks to Habitat for
Humanity homes. Yale is part of the ASSA ABLOY Group, the global leader
in door opening solutions.


ASSA ABLOY is the world's largest lock company and a recognized global
leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user
demands for security, safety and convenience. For more information visit

About Comcast:

Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) is a global media and technology
company with two primary businesses, Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal.
Comcast Cable is one of the nation's largest video, high-speed internet,
and phone providers to residential customers under the XFINITY brand,
and also provides these services to businesses. It also provides
wireless and security and automation services to residential customers
under the XFINITY brand. NBCUniversal operates news, entertainment and
sports cable networks, the NBC and Telemundo broadcast networks,
television production operations, television station groups, Universal
Pictures and Universal Parks and Resorts. Visit for
more information.

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