Expanding Powerful LiteTouch Lighting Control to Table & Floor Lamps
Cisco Systems is helping build a prototype in South Korea for what one developer describes as an instant "city in a box." Cisco, which has more than 4,400 employees and contractors in Research Triangle Park, is wiring every tech nook and cranny of the new city, making it one of the most technologically sophisticated urban centers on the planet. New Songdo City, a soon-to-be-completed metropolis about the size of downtown Boston that serves as a showroom model for what is expected to be the first of many assembly-line cities. In addition to state-of-the-art information technology, Songdo will emit just one-third of the greenhouse gases of a typical city of similar size. "Everything will be connected - buildings, cars, energy - everything," said Wim Elfrink, Cisco's Bangalore-based chief globalization officer. "This is the tipping point. When we start building cities with technology in the infrastructure, it's beyond my imagination what that will enable."
Demonstrating LiteTouch's Commitment to Original System Owners
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HDMI UTPro Goes Beyond HD to Deliver Digital Content Up to 100 Meters
Gesture Navigation and Animated Page Transitions Deliver a New Level of User Experience
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), a leading manufacturer of professional-grade, integrator-friendly control solutions, today announced a sneak preview of several new solutions making their debut at InfoComm 2010.
IHSE Enhances DVI Switching Connectivity with Icron's True USB Extension Technology
Sarah Kelemen named one of the top "40 Under 40" in the custom electronics industry.
RTI's T1 -B Handheld Universal Controller Wins Rental & Staging Systems/InfoComm 2010 Product Award in 'Best Show Control' Category
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that its T1-B handheld universal controller was honored with an InfoComm 2010 Product Award by Rental & Staging Systems magazine.
Intwine Energy, a leader in the development of Internet connected smart-grid products for both utilities and retail customers, today announced a partnership with Smarthome, one of the world's largest online retailers of home automation products.
Icron Introduces New High -Performance Family of KVM Extenders for the Industrial Automation, Medical, and Digital Signage Markets
New ExtremeLinkTM Product Family Supports DVI, Audio, and USB 2.0 up to 500 Meters
Crestron's Popular Mobile Pro™ App for iPhone® Reaches #6 in Top Grossing iPhone Apps; the Only Industry App in the Lifestyle Category's Top 30
With an unparalleled range of fluid motion, this mount is sure to turn as many TVs as heads at InfoComm 2010.
Complete AV system for classrooms set to launch in booth C4435
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