Colorado vNet to Cease Operations

Russound tried to save Colorado vNet when it purchased its assets back in 2009. Apparently the turnaround of the company, combined with the struggling economy, were too much, and now Colorado vNet is officially "winding down" operations to focus on R&D and reallocating intellectual property elsewhere. The announcement was made by the CEO of Colorado vNet Corp., Charlie Porritt. "Colorado vNet has a great reputation in the marketplace, but as the needs of the market shift in tandem with a challenging economy, we need to take a long, hard look at the profit potential of the current product line in relation to the income it generates," Porritt said in the company's official statement. In October 2009, Colorado vNet Corp. purchased the assets of L & B LLC (previously known as Colorado vNet LLC) after the company had effectively ceased operations. Colorado vNet Corp. will honor all warranties on products that were purchased on or since October 15, 2009 for a limited period of time. Technical support for Colorado vNet will be available by telephone through April 30, 2011. Products purchased prior the acquisition from L & B LLC are not covered. Earlier this year, Colorado vNet Corp. announced to dealers that a newly updated RF lighting system would be made available to those who need to replace a faulty system that dates back to 2008, nearly two years prior to the acquisition. Colorado vNet Corp. will honor its commitment to the dealers to replace these products . All exchanges are expected to be completed by March 31, 2011. According to VP of sales and marketing Petro Shimonishi, "the majority" of Colorado vNet employees will be affected by this decision though she would not offer specifics. The move, she said, will, however, have no "direct or indirect" effect on Russound, which is Colorado vNet's parent company. Shimonishi estimated that approximately 450 dealers would be affected by the decision.

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Crestron Sonnex™ Multiroom Audio System Distributes 48 Channels of HD Audio Over a Single Wire

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Kansas City Rep Firm to Sell and Promote Crestron Commercial Lighting Solutions Crestron today announced that commercial lighting specialists, Mercer -Zimmerman will represent Crestron Green Light® solutions. The territory Mercer -Zimmerman represent

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WHARFEDALE OFFERS ITS ACHROMATIC SERIES HIGH -PERFORMANCE LOUDSPEAKERS

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THIEL President Kathy Gornik to be Honored at CES 2011

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New Crestron Products Compliant With Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act

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Cabinet NG Recognized as a 2011 Best Channel Vendor

Cabinet NG (CNG), provider of document management and workflow management software, today announced it has been selected by Business Solutions Magazine (BSM) as a 2011 Best Channel Vendor in the ECM Software technology category.

LiteTouch Releases LiteWare4.1 Programming Software

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Atlona Kicks Off AT -AiR3 Promotion

Atlona Technologies(R) today announced a new promotion celebrating the release of its AT-AiR3 1080p wireless USB to HDMI converter.

Google calls Google TV delay a rumor

Media reports that U.S. Internet giant Google has halted production of set-top boxes for Google TV are rumors, a company spokeswoman said. Google spokeswoman Gina Weakley said it was "rumors and speculation," that Google had asked manufacturer Logitech to stop production of the Revue set-top box, PC Magazine reported Monday. TG Daily also reported on the apparent order to delay production, which Logitech also would not confirm. Google, TG Daily reported, is not happy with the software, which forces Toshiba, LG and other TV makers into limbo concerning the January's Consumer Electronics Show, which starts in nine days in Las Vegas.

2014 Screen Futures - 40 percent of TVs Will Have Net Connections

In five years, almost 40% of television produced for the U.S. market will have at least one TV set in the home with Internet connections and services. Media research publisher Futurescape says this will amount to 43 million U.S. television homes out of 115.9 million overall U.S. TV homes. Other research suggests that 57 million U.S. TV homes will be viewing -- at some time -- regular full-length TV programs from online sources on their TV sets. U.S. numbers register at a slower pace than global TV trends, where it is expected that 54% of all flat-panel TV sets that will be shipped in 2014 -- 148.3 million -- will have Internet-connected TV services. Aggressive TV maker Samsung says 70% of all its TV sets will be Internet-connected in 2014. Right now, the TV set maker says 17% of its production is Internet-connected TVs.

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