Codes and proliferation of wide-scale emergencies are driving schools, hospitals and college campuses to add mass notification emergency communications systems.
Changes make Univago cloud video collaboration service platform the world’s only solution that can connect SIP, H.323 and WebRTC users in a Microsoft Office365-hosted Skype meeting.
At Digital Signage Expo, Premier Mounts takes leadership position in LED mounts market, looking to solve problem and continue building relationships.
Audinate’s Dante networking helps SJSU simplify audio signal transport between on- and off-campus locations, including three performance theaters and a TV studio.
Beyond demand, higher ed students have an expectation of intuitive, interactive technology solutions and integrators are in a position to deliver evolving systems.
Today’s all-in-one type interactive display solutions address the growing diversity of media, simplifying communications and presentations without adding cumbersome user challenges.
Up to 10,000 of Western Sydney University’s students are kept informed, entertained and engaged with university content and information via a curved 25’W X 5’H NanoLumens display that can be seen from anywhere within the building’s lobby.
BTX’s expansion of popular Reach line and hiring of Carl D’Agostino as AV over IP business manager shows company’s emphasis on streaming and video capture.
After a dry spell, Rice University Owls earned five bowl game appearances within in the last decade perhaps inspiring the university to invest $31.5 million in the new 60,000 square-foot Brian Patterson Sports Performance Center, including state-of-the-art speakers and from Danley Sound Labs.
In answering viewers’ questions from the 2017 Integration Business Outlook webcast, NSCA’s Chuck Wilson reveals the difference in multiple between companies with low recurring revenues and companies with high recurring revenues.
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.
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