Kramer Company Profile
Kramer has been on the leading edge of Pro AV innovation for over 35 years. With hundreds of employees and partners serving thousands of customers across six continents, we remain committed to delivering smart technology products and solutions for a wide variety of markets and applications.
In 1981, Kramer was founded with passion and resolve to innovate in the video era. Since then, we have consistently grown and evolved with an industry that has raced forward at lightning speed. Today, along with our partners and distributors, we passionately serve Pro AV customers on six continents with innovative solutions powered by cutting-edge cloud technologies, advanced software applications and industry-leading hardware.
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In The News
In this week’s edition: Kramer Academy courses free for integrators, Extron transforms Symantec Experience Center and Enterprise Connect 2020 award winners.
In this week’s edition: AtlasIED adds new sound-masking speaker to M1000 line, Comcast Experience gets an LED upgrade and Michelle Loret joins Kramer US.
In this week’s edition: Kramer and Netgear host AV-over-IP training, Cardi B counts on Avolites and Emmis Communications acquires Lencore Acoustics.
In this week’s edition: Women in AV partner on demographic survey, inside the GNR tour and Planar adds four new staff members.
Kramer raises the standard for corporate microphones with the introduction of the KM-2B, part of the new Kramer Omnivore microphone family.
New approach to AV adds unprecedented flexibility & remote management capabilities
Kramer’s Omnivore KM-2B Microphone, which made its debut at ISE 2020, is designed for use in meeting and conferencing spaces.
Kramer VIA Campus²PLUS allows simultaneous wired and wireless presentation in the company’s ‘most advanced collaboration solution.’
In this week’s edition: Sonance debuts omnidirectional outdoor speakers at ISE 2020, RTI with another Takedown and Tripleplay makes a double hire.
New HDBaseT Alliance president Tzahi Magdar doesn’t see the need for integrators to choose between his standard and AV-over-IP.