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Infrared Resources, LLC

Infrared Resources is a leading manufacturer of quality infrared transmitting/receiving A/V cables, connecting block free 38~56kHz IR extenders with the most advanced noise suppression technology that includes ATT- UVerse, Foxtel and SA Explorer protocols, wireless A/V extenders, and voice activated home automation that supports WiFi, Bluetooth, and Zigbee Installers, Distributors, OEM’s welcome!


Portland, Oregon 97219
United States of America


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Accell
3400 Gateway Blvd.
Fremont, California 94538
United States of America
Tel: 1-510-438-9288 — 1-877-353-0772

Accell's website


ATX Networks
1-501 Clements Rd W
Ajax, Ontario L1S 7H4
Canada
Tel: 905-428-6068 — 800-565-7488
Fax: 905-427-1964
ATX Networks's website


Belden
401 Pennsylvania Parkway
Suite 200
Indianapolis, Indiana 46280
United States of America
Tel: 1-800-Belden-1

Belden's website


Black Box
1000 Park Drive
Lawrence, Pennsylvania 15055
United States of America
Tel: 724-746-5500 — 877-877-2269
Fax: 800-321-0746
Black Box's website


Cleerline Technology Group
8404 El Way Drive, #2B
Missoula, Montana 59808
United States of America
Tel: 406-541-9833 — 866-469-2487
Fax: 406-532-0060
Cleerline Technology Group's website


DVIGear

DVIGear is a leading supplier of Digital Connectivity Solutions for professional and commercial display applications. We offer an extensive range of DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort distribution products: Digital Matrix Routing Switchers, Splitters, Extenders,…

1059 Triad Court
Suite 8
Marietta , Georgia 30062
United States of America
Tel: 770-421-6699 — 888-463-9927
Fax: 770-234-4207
DVIGear's website


Icron Technologies Corporation
221 - 4664 Lougheed Highway
Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 5T5
Canada



MIDLITE
115 Wordell St.
Fall River, Massachusetts 02721
United States of America
Tel: 508-676-5169 — 800-606-5169
Fax: 508-861-0105
MIDLITE's website


Monoprice, Inc.
11701 6th Street
Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730
United States of America
Tel: 909-912-1316 — 877-271-2592
Fax: 909-989-0078
Monoprice, Inc.'s website


Opticomm-EMCORE
2015 Chestnut St
Alhambra, California 91803
United States of America
Tel: 626-293-3400
Fax: 626-293-3427
Opticomm-EMCORE's website


Quest Technology Int’l, Inc.

Quest manufactures quality low-voltage interconnect and networking products; LocJack Keystone Security Jacks; racks and enclosures; and is master distributor for Premiere Raceway WireHider and Raceway-On-A-Roll.

11200 NW 138th St.
Medley, Florida 33078
United States of America
Tel: 305-513-8583 — 800-280-1067
Fax: 305-513-9675
Quest Technology Int'l, Inc.'s website


Tri-Net Technology, Inc.
21709 Ferrero Parkway
Walnut, California 91789
United States of America
Tel: 909-598-8818 — 888-598-8818
Fax: 909-594-8666
Tri-Net Technology, Inc.'s website


WyreStorm

Visit us at InfoComm 2014 at Booth # C7949.

WyreStorm is a worldwide manufacturer of digital HD A/V distribution technology.…

6991 Appling Farms Parkway
Suite 104
Memphis, Tennessee 38133
United States of America
Tel: 901-384-3575
Fax: 901-384-3574
WyreStorm's website


Xantech
1800 South McDowell Blvd
2nd Floor
Petaluma, California 94954
United States of America
Tel: 707-283-5900 — 800-472-5555
Fax: 707-283-5901
Xantech's website


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