Sydney, Australia-based Macquarie University accomplished its goal to make high-tech system easier to operate — thanks to Gefen Connectivity’s help.
Listen Technologies’ new two-way tour guide and wireless communication solution ListenTALK came in handy helping InfoComm 2017 attendees hear about the very product amid record-breaking crowd noise.
AVI-SPL combined practicality and pizzazz, collaboration and video throughout Zurich’s 11-story building, lending efficiency and allowing for expansion.
The Q-SYS Core 510i processor from QSC can be configured as a full audio, video and control appliance. This is what separated it from other BEST applicants.
Digital Sound Processing (DSP) may be a new category for Kramer Electronics but Kramer Sound and pioneer Yuval Kramer managed a big debut at Infocomm 2017.
Networking joins traditional issues at InfoComm 2017 as even more new players enter AV’s burgeoning live-sound sweepstakes. See slideshow for more.
A large percentage of InfoComm 2017 attendees were technical managers and end users. George Tucker dives into what this means for the industry.
Some components are great fits to connect to your customers’ cloud while others will create problems. Here’s a guide to finding cloud-friendly AV equipment.
The seventh annual BEST Awards winners highlight the first day of InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, Florida. See the slideshow for the results.
Kramer’s KN-DSP100 Digital Sound Processor provides professional DSP capabilities over existing IP infrastructure. See it at InfoComm 2017.
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.
Learn how to facilitate better project planning and management across the entire project lifecycle to control costs and maintain positive relationships with clients.