Enables organizations to monitor and manage AV equipment, BMS, room scheduling, lighting, shades, climate, and energy consumption from a single platform
ARRIS and NDS Announce Integration of ARRIS Media Gateway and NDS Middleware, DRM and User Interface
The joint integration will provide a comprehensive architecture to accelerate the pace of innovation and the convergence of traditional pay-TV with Interactive IP Multi-Media Services
Real-time video repackaging offers network efficiencies and cost reduction
Integration Expands Coincident Two-Screen Applications to Better Serve Content Providers
Complementary Products and Markets Create Opportunities for Growth in Global Electrical Industry----- Cooper Shareholders to Receive $39.15 per Share in Cash and 0.77479 in Ordinary Shares for 29% Premium; Transaction Equity Value of $11.8 Billion----- Transaction Expected to be Accretive to EPS in 2014
In the Mobile World, GstarCAD with its great development potential better suits to the new generation Internet and unceasingly bring pleasant surprise to its customers.
ACAD Pte Ltd, the distributor of GstarCAD in Singapore attended BuildTechAsia2012 from May 15th to 17th, 2012 and achieved great success.
New subscription-based home automation offerings are rapidly transforming the way consumers will monitor, secure, and control their homes. Long the preserve of more expensive, custom-installed technology, home automation is moving into the mainstream, with companies such as ADT, Comcast, Verizon, Lowe's, and many others all adding home automation to their customer services. A number of factors are driving the new entrants into the market. Connectivity is one key factor. Not only are there currently high home broadband penetration rates, as well as the potential for embedded cellular connections to connect systems, but also smartphone applications allow consumers to control and check their homes from wherever they are. As connectivity options make the home automation systems more useful, market changes are also making home automation more affordable. A traditional large up-front installation and equipment purchase is increasingly being replaced by monthly subscription offerings - often bundled alongside already existing services.
Several new fiber optic-based extenders offer improved performance and longer distances.
Tom Kerber, Director, Research, Home Controls & Energy, explores the challenges and benefits in building the connected home ecosystem
U.S. tech support subscriptions to generate more than $600 million in 2012
MuxLab Inc (www.muxlab.com), leading designer and manufacturer of CCTV connectivity solutions for copper twisted pair, announces its latest product for the CCTV security and surveillance industry…..The LongReach II Active CCTV Receiver Hub (500126, 500127).
Tech giant Harris Corp. recently announced its decision to divest itself of its Broadcast Communications division, which includes is digital signage business, but a company spokesman insists the division is continuing "business as usual." Harris is perhaps best known within the digital signage space for its InfoCaster suite of digital signage products and its 10-year digital out-of-home network deal with 7-Eleven, but the company is perhaps better known outside of the sector as a multibillion dollar communications company specializing in government, defense and commercial contracts. According to a May 1 Harris announcement, after the close of this quarter, the company has approved the plan to drop Broadcast Communications. "As a result, current and prior period financial results for Broadcast Communications will be reported as discontinued operations beginning with the fourth quarter of fiscal 2012," the announcement said.
Introduces its new line of affordable "all-inclusive" signage solutions packages for all types of businesses, small and large.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.