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QSC Reimagines NV-32-H, Adds Q-SYS Processing Capabilities

QSC announces the NV-32-H core capable network video endpoint for its Q-SYS Ecosystem that allows the device to transform into a fully capable processor.

Technology Tuesdays

Sony Extends Technology Tuesdays Educational AV Solutions Webinar Series

Interactive weekly Sony Technology Tuesday sessions to explore new topics through December, including digital signage, videoconferencing and touch.

LG Healthcare Video Calling

LG Releases Pro:Centric Connect for Patient Videoconferencing

LG Business Solutions is releasing a new tool for integrators that allows them to configure the company’s healthcare TVs as a video calling system.  

AV job market, interview questions

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Questions Employers Ask Job Candidates

Employers are thinking differently about the skills they need in job seekers who will likely be working from home much more often thanks to COVID-19.

Fuse Technical Group NBA Bubble

Fuse Technical Group Helped the NBA Restart its Season in Orlando

One of Fuse Technical Group’s largest projects involved an immense amount of AV technology to outfit the NBA bubble and give each team a home-court experience.

Zoom Rooms

New Zoom Rooms Features, Devices Announced at Zoomtopia

New features and devices for Zoom Rooms are designed to better support the remote and hybrid workforce as customers return to the office.

AVI-SPL Symphony 5.0

AVI-SPL Symphony 5.0 Features Major Upgrades: Here’s an In-Depth Look

AVI-SPL Symphony 5.0 platform sees adapters expansion, automation and workflow upgrades, room control and UX enhancements, and more.

Poly Sync

Poly Introduces the Poly Sync Line of Speakerphones for Remote, Hybrid Work

Poly is releasing the Poly Sync family of smart, USB and Bluetooth speakerphones as the company leans into the rising remote and hybrid work trend.

Zoom CHat

Zoom Will Begin Rolling Out End-To-End Encryption Next Week

Zoom seeks to make its security issues a thing of the past as the company announces a phased rollout of a new end-to-end encryption offering.

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