Thread regarding Resideo Technologies layoffs

Amazon thermostat

does anyone know if this is selling and at how manny per month (grossly )?
Rohit and Brian please don’t answer to push yourself forward, this is a genuine question about our product

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Why do we keep talking about this master of debauchery and backstabbing? We don't trust the flight in software and hardware runs away seeing his name. If one listen to that person, he has an MBA from Harvard (India), a QA license to manaualybtest hardware, a senior fellow like his buddy the sushi marketing chief and found a few architect degrees (multiple) from popop university (cereal box)
Clearly CEO material
We should ship him to HON so he can replace their CEO. And yeah. ...Let's not put a return address on that box.

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Post ID: @4dnb+1eRGnyuc

We need to add that Rohit also has an MBA from a famous online university located at Harvard.
He may teach there in the future on NPI science to run a business like Resideo.

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As Rohit said multiple times, only through him and using NPI is the way to go for Resideo. Rohit invented NPIs at Honeywell.
The Npi leader position should be at a minimum a VP position across all SBG with someone that is also at a fellow level in the technology.

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Post ID: @1tft+1eRGnyuc

a buddy of mine that uses AWS said that for their Iot devices Amazon has now a whole suite that allows intake of minions of devices at the same time, storage and calculation and so forth. The salespeople have mentioned that they had an internal project last year while the thermostat was being built and they managed to see what worked and did not work looking at other people's mistakes on the other side. Guessing that through the project they got loads of info about what NOT to do...
Either way theirs aws suite is amazing for the first version and they have started using it for scada in the energy sector. and it works flawlessly for once in Amazon.

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Post ID: @ico+1eRGnyuc

If you look on Amazon it's the third best selling in the "Home Programmable Thermostats" category behind 2 Nest models.

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