By the time PC-based digital signage users realized that the February 2010 Microsoft security updates were causing their PCs to crash, it was already too late. Their PCs were plagued with the dreaded "blue screen of death" and rolling reboots, causing the digital signs they were using to deliver targeted messages to completely shut down.
Over the past 10 years we've studied the formation of more than 50 companies in the PC/CE/communications content arena. We've also talked with the heads of several venture capital organizations about the subject.
We realize this isn't startling that 90 percent of them were started by engineers, beyond that, we focused on the disciplines that are generally found in engineers and entrepreneurs,
The goal? See why so many individuals--and organizations--fail.
John LeMoncheck is the President and CEO of SiBEAM, a pioneer in developing intelligent millimeter wave technologies for wireless communications.
SiBEAM is a privately-held fabless semiconductor company and founding member of the WirelessHD™ Consortium. A pioneer in developing intelligent millimeter wave technologies for wireless communications, SiBEAM is the first to build 60GHz chipsets using standard CMOS technology. The first applications for the company's innovative technology are based on the WirelessHD™ specification for home multimedia content delivery and A/V connectivity.
Yan Rodriguez is VP of Business Development at SALT Division of HomeRun Holdings Corp.
We thought it would be fun to look back and see how we did. We will take a look at some of the early technologies we reviewed, predictions our writers made and all and all just take a trip down Home Technologies memory lane.
SO, you got some new do-dad for your stereo, once you hook it up, you find you have: Hum, buzz, distortion, no power, or some other issue. Here are the best ways to handle the situation and the order in which you should do them:
When setting up a home network, aesthetics are important to any installer. This is particularly true if that network happens to be located in your own home. For clean, attractive terminations, one option is to install wall plates that utilize keystone jacks for Ethernet connections. For small projects that only require a few jacks, an easy option is a toolless keystone jack. These do not require the use of a punch down tool like the 110 style keystone jacks.
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