D&H Distributing is looking back at two trends of 2016. First, consumers are looking to build more rubust infrastructers to manage their connected devices. And second, a seamless, unified and automated home/entertainment environment has become the norm. Or at the very least, it has set the bar for high standards in smart home technology.So while D&H is reporting lackluster growth in some areas in 2016, key areas of the home-technology market are skyrocketing.The distribution company saw sales gains of 77 percent in Internet of Things (IoT), which it defines as smart home, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connected products. D&H also reports 31 percent growth in TV sales, including streaming models.