Easy-to-Use, Multi-Vendor Wireless Display has Arrived: Wi-Fi Alliance® Launches Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracastâ„˘
On the go or at home, users can display video, pictures, and applications instantly between certified devices from any brand
Vivint Enters Agreement to be Acquired by Blackstone for in excess of $2.0 Billion . Vivint is the Largest Home Automation Services Provider in North America . Leading Asset Management Firm Expected to Position Vivint to Expand Its Leadership in the
Wawa Inc. has incorporated digital signage into more than 600 convenience stores. In the fall of 2011, following a successful 25-store pilot, Wawa selected ADFLOW Networks Inc. to power its digital marketing network as part of a redesigned foodservice area that features a fresh and appetizing new look. "Our new digital signage showcases our offer in a much more upscale, appealing way and moves us closer to our vision of fast casual to go," said Howard Stoeckel, CEO of Wawa. Wawa is using the digital signage displays to drive awareness for new products and to communicate relevant food and beverage options based on the time of day. Messaging is displayed on large-format screens mounted in the foodservice and coffee areas. "The feedback from customers and store associates was extremely positive after our initial rollout," said Steve Gamble, manager of marketing services for Wawa. "With ADFLOW, we found a digital signage partner who was flexible, creative and great to work with."
WFX Chooses KulaByte(TM) Encoders and HyperStream(TM) Concierge Services to Stream WFX 2012 Live to Internet Viewers
Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, has continued its commitment to global market expansion with the appointment of Susanne Taxis as national sales manager for Germany.
Industry veteran Steve Cook will work with Draper to support AV Design consultants and projection manufacturers.
Christie MicroTiles and Christie Projectors Work Superbly for Leading Information Security Solutions Provider
SIM2 is thrilled to recognize winners of this year's Representative Awards, presented during CEDIA Expo 2012.
Atlona(R) Now Shipping Professional 4x4 HDMI(R) Matrix Switcher Featuring HDBaseT(TM) Lite Technolog
AT-PRO3HD44M HDMI(R) Matrix Switcher Extends HDMI Sources to 230 Feet Over Cat 6a Cable at 1080p and 1920x1200, or 197 Feet With Cat 5e/6.
The KanexPro Mini Audio Amplifier is a quarter-rack width digital amplifier (Class D) with equalizer control and Mic mixer.
The ER-1-4PKIT is an Easily Installed Expansion Kit for the ER-1 Rack to Convert a Two-Post Rack to a Four-Post Rack
Parks Associates today announced the speakers for CONNECTIONSâ„˘ Europe: Monetizing the Digital Home, which features a keynote from Deutsche Telekom and research sessions on home automation, connected-home value-added services, OTT video, and personal cloud solutions.
At last month's IFA 2012 electronics show in Berlin, one of the biggest head-turning products was from China-based TCL Multimedia. The company introduced the Ice Screen, a 26-inch Android-based smart display that reportedly offers the functionality of a tablet while aiming to capture the changing TV viewing habits of the youth market. It will debut in China as part of a partnership with Chinese Internet provider Tencent as the world's first large screen mobile intelligent cloud product. Just don't call it a television. "It is a 26-inch large display," says Hao Yi, general manager of TCL Multimedia Emerging Market Business Center. "It is not just for TV, as the younger generation doesn't watch TV like the older generation." While the vast majority of its business still comes from China, TCL has also looked to expand into the international TV market. The company just released its monthly sales volume for August of LCD TVs, reporting a 38.7% total year-on-year increase, with a marked increase of LED backlight LCD sets specifically. In its overseas market TCL reported an increase of 36.5% year-on-year, with notable expansion in emerging markets.
Homeowners in Little Rock, AR, are learning that there’s an easier way to control their electronic systems: just talk to them. They are asking their home systems to do what they want in a normal voice with everyday language, using commands like “turn on the lights in the kitchen,” “turn on the TV,” or “set the temperature to 70 degrees.” Thanks to an Apple Siri interface for Crestron control systems, developed by Matthew Carnes, president of Little Rock-based Carnes Audio Visual (CAV), the system will follow almost any simple command spoken into an iPhone, and then let you know when the action has taken place.“I thought it would be an interesting challenge to see if I could interface Siri with a Crestron processor,” he said. A couple of overnight programming sessions, and he had a working interface, which he then installed in the CAV showroom. He began offering the system to customers in January, and he now has two completed installations with a third in the works.
RICHMOND, VA (September 10, 2012) - Since 1989, Acoustical Solutions, Inc. of Richmond, Virginia has been the premier manufacturer and supplier of noise control and soundproofing products. Their large and always expanding line of acoustical products allows them to provide turnkey solutions for almost any noise issue, large or small, including projects in the residential, commercial, and industrial industries.
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