Audio conferencing and collaboration technology becomes a hindrance at its worst, so make sure your client’s setup is up to snuff with these tips.
No longer is AV-over-IP a taboo subject – the distribution method has taken off, especially following the past two InfoComms. Let’s take a look at why that is.
Curry College has improved its already-successful Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) by working with an integration firm to design assistive technology solutions for students with learning disabilities.
Now shipping, Extron IPCP Pro 360 is touted as the industry’s first control processor with AV LAN ports and PoE+ for powering external devices without additional power supplies.
The visually impressive headquarters for Edmunds designed by Cibola includes AV and automation to steer meeting rooms and other company communications.
The Shure Axient Digital Wireless System won a CI 2017 BEST Award under microphone solutions. This is what separated it from other applicants.
InfoComm 2017 was filled with audio products and a record-number of live sound exhibitors like Sonance and Meyer Sound. Here are 12 impressive products.
A small yet powerful full-range speaker system was debuted by Yamaha at InfoComm 2017. This is what set the VXS1ML apart from other compact speakers.
Free Chapel’s new stage was designed by Mankin Media to feel like pastors are leading ‘in the round,’ enhancing community participation values.
Comprehensive Connectivity Company’s new Pro AV/IT HD18G Series HDMI Cables support 18Gbps, Ultra HD 4K with HDR and 4:4:4 color space.
Wire management and cabling group Legrand, owner of Middle Atlantic, acquires US-based Milestone AV, owner of Chief and Vaddio, for $950 million.
Start earning recurring revenue by delivering broadband connectivity integration that customers need to optimize today’s highly interactive audio-video systems. This free webinar is a great first step.
Discover why mass notification makes sense for commercial integrators as a way to expand existing projects and secure new clients. Chuck Wilson, executive director of the National Systems Contractors Association, expects the industry to grow to $6 billion. Find out how you can turn this growth into new revenue for your company.