J&J Video Productions-Cleveland Ohio wins Fox Televisions Hot List Contest as Best Video Production Company in Cleveland Ohio for 2011
After settling in Northeast Ohio in 2010, J&J Video Productions dug right in and continued in their winning ways. In January 2011 the company was nominated to the Fox Televisions Hot List Contest for the Best Video Production Company in Cleveland OH
CyberpowerPC has announced its Zeus series -- a new line of desktop computers with Intel's new i7-3820 CPU or AMD's lightning fast FX CPUs; the refined design of NZXT's Switch 810 chassis, and liquid cooling.
Haivision Continues Record Growth in 2011; Leads IP Media Sector With New Technologies and Acquisitions
Haivision Network Video today announced results for its fiscal year 2011. The company has achieved another year of significant revenue growth with a 47 percent increase over fiscal year 2010, contributing to a 50-percent CAGR over the past six years.
Boxee is considering the launch of a DVR subscription service for users of its new Live TV tuner, according to a user survey the startup sent out over the weekend. A Boxee-powered DVR subscription service could cost anywhere from $5 to $15 per month if the company follows through with the offering. Boxee recently released its Live TV tuner, which allows owners of the Boxee Box to receive over-the-air TV programming through the device. The tuner currently doesn't support any DVR functionality, but there have been numerous requests to add this to the Boxee Box, and the startup has said that it is looking into such a possibility.
Jackson Systems, LLC, an Indiana-based, award-winning HVAC manufacturer, has launched a new profit-making family of products for contractors called FiresideFriend™.
KIT digital Uses Haivision's KulaByte(TM) Internet Encoder to Power Live Multiplatform Video Streaming for Nautilus Live
KulaByte Encoder Converts Live HD Feed From Exploration Vessel Nautilus to Multiformat Video Streams, Delivering Real-Time Educational Content to Broad Range of Viewers
Industry Forecast to Correct Itself Through Cyclical Nature of Market Forces
Because commercial buildings consume roughly 23% of all electricity globally, the automation systems that ensure efficient performance are a critical part of energy management. Until the mid-1990s, modern building automation consisted of little more than individual systems with simple control panels for switches, timers, and alarms. Today, the market for commercial building automation systems is in the midst of revolutionary change in terms of technology and utility. In the last several years, the focus has shifted from an individual system view to a more holistic view so that the "building system" can be defined to include virtually any device or data source within the building. The amount of data created by automation systems can be overwhelming, but real competitive and economic value exists in using the data to monitor performance and uncover trends. According to a new report from Pike Research, the market for commercial building automation systems will double over the next decade, increasing from $72.5 billion in 2011 to $146.4 billion by 2021.
Global Revenues for Commercial Building Automation Systems Will Reach $146 Billion by 2021, Forecasts Pike Research
According to a new report from Pike Research, the market for commercial building automation systems will double over the next decade, increasing from $72.5 billion in 2011 to $146.4 billion by 2021.
Parks Associates finds nearly one-third of U.S. broadband households use Internet to watch shows and movies on TV
Growing sales of video receivers such as Apple TV and Roku in 2011 holiday season show strong consumer appetite for OTT video
Keywest Technology draws on ten years of digital signage experience to provide a handy checklist to help marketing managers achieve their communication goals.
Rave Cinemas Launches Digital Signage Network Powered by Real Digital Media's NEOCAST® Platform to Augment Theater Experience
The Rave digital signage network will manage serveral applications such as digital menu boards, box office, marquees and promotions across theater chain
Enables Users to Distribute High-Definition Video Across Existing Cabling infrastructure
Enhanced Software Offers Users Unmatched Control and Customization Capabilities for Digital Signage and Interactive Solution Deployments
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