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New InFocus Projectors Offer Small Footprint, Bright Images

The new IN5310a series of projectors from InFocus is designed to provide the professional video market with a choice of high brightness, value-minded video solutions.

Almo Pro A/V, E4 AV Tour

Strategies Behind Almo Pro A/V’s Three New Manufacturers

The vendor-selective distributor fills niches with connectivity solutions provider Comprehensive Cable, playback and recording product maker TASCAM and enterprise class digital signage manufacturer Tightrope.

Schneider Touts IT/OT Convergence

Information transformed into real-time intelligent decisions can help businesses succeed in the future.

Go Inside a Doomsday Survival Luxury Condo

In this first edition of Flashback Friday, go deep within a 1960s missile silo to this doomsday-ready condo community complete with audio, video and iPad-friendly Crestron automation.

Cleerline Non-Strip Fiber Still Requires Stripping, Earns a Name Change

Cleerline Technologies corrects the terminology and usage directions for its Non-Strip Fiber (NSF).

Understanding & Tackling Top 5 Cloud Security Concerns

Integrators must prepare themselves to at least have the knowledge to handle customer questions when it comes to a potential cloud migration.

HDBaseT Alliance Launches Installer Zone Portal & Installer Expert Program

New initiatives, aimed at providing collaborative HDBaseT expertise for installers and systems integrators, will be launched at the upcoming CEDIA Expo.

Versatile Switcher/Scaler from DVIGear Comfortable in Variety of Environments

The newly announced DVI-3571a switcher/scaler features eight inputs and it can support a range of signals.

Opticomm-EMCORE c-linx HDMI Extenders Distribute HDMI 100 Meters

Newest c-linx extenders from Opticomm-EMCORE are designed to distribute HDMI long-distance over CATx or HDBaseT cabling.

Business Growth

100% Foolproof Plan for Relating to Clients’ CIOs

Integrators that are struggling to relate to the the challenges and concerns of their clients’ CIOs have will have a tough time turning them into solutions.