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De Beers, Teatrx

Teatrx Delivers Gem of a Conferencing Solution for De Beers

Diamond company De Beers required a seamless transition to its new Canada office while also shifting to a more mobile workplace strategy.

Leyard Planar, LED, MultiTouch, video wall

Up Close with the Leyard Planar MultiTouch at InfoComm 2017

Leyard Planar demonstrated the fine pixel pitch LED video wall, the MultiTouch, at InfoComm 2017. Here’s a look inside their booth.

AV industry

In Defense of Adam’s ‘Initial Impressions’

AV industry veteran David Danto weighs in on newbie Adam Forziati’s latest piece and implores integrators to keep an open mind.

Gefen, Gefen Connectivity, Macquarie University, Surgical Skills laboratory

Gefen Connectivity Enhances Surgical Lab at Macquarie University

Sydney, Australia-based Macquarie University accomplished its goal to make high-tech system easier to operate — thanks to Gefen Connectivity’s help.

surecall force5

Inside SureCall’s InfoComm 2017 Booth

Designed to increase cellular signal inside of commercial buildings, BEST award-winning Force5 2.0 from SureCall debuted at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando.

St. George Leagues Club Casino, WED Group

WED Group Helps Australia Casino Regain World-Class Status

Integrator WED Group overhauls St. George Leagues Club Casino’s 100 ‘messy’ video graphics displays with Gefen 1080p VoIP system.


Video Wall Bezels: How Low Can You Go?

LG’s 55-inch 55VH7B boasts a borderless design with diminutive 0.9mm bezels, offering maximum immersion for video walls and effectively raising customers’ awareness.

Gary and Miriam Evaslin

Miriam Evaslin Earns NSCA Lifetime Achievement Award, Marries Competitor (Not in That Order)

Miriam Evaslin will be honored with NSCA’s 2017 Per Haugen Lifetime Achievement Award winner during the 19th annual Business & Leadership Conference.

Kramer Acquires Home Automation Provider iRule

Kramer’s strategic investment in iRule led to the decision to acquire the home automation company. With this deal, iRule continues a trajectory that has it more focused on the commercial market.

How Technical, Business and Military Smarts Helped DasNet Excel Against the Odds

U.S. Air Force veteran David Salley started New York-based DasNet to maintain services as AT&T was abandoning its Middle East operations. You think your company has challenges? Try navigating Middle East politics.