AvaLAN Wireless Takes Secure Frequency Hopping to New Distances for Smart Grid Command & Control

Utilities Attending DistribuTECH are Leveraging High-Speed Wireless Surveillance

​Intel buys Lantiq for connected home networking

From ZDNet:  Intel acquired Lantiq, which makes broadband and networking gear, in a move that broadens its connected home efforts.
 
Terms of the deal weren't disclosed. Lantiq is based in Munich, Germany and primarily serves broadband providers.
 
With the move, Intel becomes the latest tech giant to hop on the connected home bandwagon. Samsung has said its appliances will be connected to the Internet and tied together. Google owns Nest and everyone from Apple to Microsoft has some kind of connected home play.
 
Intel is looking to combine its cable gateway unit with Lantiq to tie together multiple devices---that will presumably run on its processors. Intel also has a strong Internet of things unit. Lantiq fills out the portfolio.
 
Lantiq would fit into the gateway portion of Intel's IoT platform.

 

Video Conferencing: 5 Forecasts for 2015 by TrueConf

TrueConf, the largest developer of enterprise video conferencing products in Eastern Europe, presents their forecast for the 2015 video conferencing market.

Smart Home Interview - Crestron

Crestron control intelligence is embedded into popular AV equipment such as projectors, flat panel TVs, audio/video receivers, and a variety of other wired and wireless devices.

Christie H Series Joins Powerful and Distinguished 1DLP Roster

At 12,000 lumens in HD or WUXGA, the Christie H Series offers a triumvirate of the most requested features

Symetrix DSPs Deliver Background Music, EVAC Monitoring and More at Austrian Hospital

Landesklinikum Amstetten now sports a Symetrix DSP configuration to cover multiple hospital wings and seminar rooms.

Christie Delivers Undisputed Performance with Launch of 30,000 Lumen Christie Boxer 4K30 Projector

New Boxer Series of 3DLP solutions introduces the brightest, lightest, smallest, omni-directional projector in its class for rental staging and fixed installations

littleBits Smart Home Kit Review by TechSpot

Read Full review by Shawn Knight of TechSpot:  Amenities like being able to remotely adjust the temperature inside your home or receiving a text when the laundry is done certainly sound appealing, but are they really all they’re cracked up to be? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just try these features out for a week or two before committing to shelling out hundreds or thousands on a standalone IoT-enabled device?
 
With littleBits’ new Smart Home Kit, you can do just that.
 
For the uninitiated among us, littleBits is an ever-growing open source library of small electronic modules that easily connect together. Created by Ayah Bdeir, it started as a tool to help designers incorporate electronics into the prototyping process. Today, it’s much more than that. Think of them as Lego bricks for the iPad generation.
 
The Smart Home Kit we’ll be looking at today is tailor-made for home automation projects. It includes 14 modules and 11 accessories, enabling a vast array of creations that can add smart functionality to all sorts of appliances and gadgets you already own, or create entirely new ones.
 
 

CASATUNES INTRODUCES NEW UNIVERSAL APP FOR iOS 8

The CasaTunes universal App is a single App that has been designed to work with both iPhone and iPad devices ensuring the same features are available on both devices.

Encore Custom AV Opens New Home Automation Showroom

Northern Virginia Integrator Provides a Unique Experience in New Space

Smart Thermostat Adds Unique Way to Save Money & Stay Comfortable Compared to Other Wifi Thermostats

Energy Efficient Solutions LLC announced the release of Comfort Window™, a new connected smart thermostat that saves customers money and keeps them more comfortable than other Zigbee or Wifi thermostats by automatically adjusting a user's setpoint throughout the day based on a combination of both temperature and humidity.

Calrec Audio Launches New Optimized Summa Processor Rack and Modular MADI Solution

Calrec Audio today announced two new developments in the company's product range. The first is a 4U console core with a new look. Benefiting from significant hardware improvements, the core is used for the Summa and Artemis Light consoles. Calrec will also display a new single-slot modular MADI card

Harmonic Appoints Dario Choi Regional Vice President of Sales, Asia-Pacific

Harmonic (NASDAQ: HLIT), the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure, today announced the appointment of Dario Choi as the company's regional vice president of sales for the Asia-Pacific region.

PowerHouse Alliance Members Dive into 2015 with Advanced Training Series

After a busy close to 2014, and a strong showing at CES earlier this month, Alliance members are set to host several training sessions encompassing numerous CE segments.

Pro Control Officially Joins D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) Program

New partnership provides Pro Control product library to current D-Tools System Integrator users and returns insightful analytics to the manufacturer

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