Opticomm-EMCORE, a leading provider of HD video/audio/data transport solutions for CATx, Fiber, and IP networks will be showcasing its lines of HDBaseT extenders, in the form of the compact, stand-alone c-linx Series and the rugged card-based Optiva OTC Series products at the upcoming InfoComm 2014.
Matthew Hughs joins Nortek with 18 years of finance and treasury experience at GTECH Corporation
Sony Electronics introduces new line of High-Resolution Audio A/V Receivers, speakers and Blu-ray™ Home Theater Systems
"Sony's goal is to make the benefits of Hi-Res Audio accessible to every music lover"
High-quality, cost effective touchscreen broadens consumer access to next generation connected home features
Revolabs, InfoComm 2014, Booth N1955
Delphian Systems Offers SecuRemote® Technology to the Door and Access Systems Industry at 2014 IDA EXPO
SecuRemote platform at the IDA Show in Las Vegas this week
Doubling the size of warehouse operations, Crimson AV capitalizes on growth, and is to be visited by local congressman later this week
When someone mentions “home security,” it evokes images of cameras, wires, sensors, and a little warning sign posted in the yard. If you agree, you wouldn’t be wrong. That’s how the common security system is perceived. But things have been changing over the years. Advances in technology have transformed home security products, making them more accessible and easier to use. If you’re interested in easy – like, really easy – you couldn’t do any better than Korner. Korner, which is currently funding on Indiegogo, is a simple yet genius home security product. There’s only three parts to set up: wireless router fob, the tag, and the mobile app for Android or iOS. The single-piece tag is as easy to “install” as putting a sticker, well, anywhere. Korner works by detecting motion of the object its attached to, such as a door or window. The sensors in the tags can determine when there has been an entry. The sensors are smart enough to know the difference between an entry and vibration, so false alarms are kept to a minimum. What happens when there is an actual entry? The tag communicates to fob, which in turn sends an alert to your mobile device. From there, you can notify authorities, friends, or neighbors.
Dancing is a priority at Skylark, Advanced Audio Technology of New York was brought in to install audio for the lounge.
2014 International CES Features Record Number of International Attendees, Confirms Independent Audit
World's gathering place for tech innovation welcomes more than 160,000 industry professionals
AT&T Digital Life Celebrates First Anniversary with New Promotions for New and Existing Customers and Availability in New Markets
AT&T will give new and existing customers new incentives to make it easier than ever to buy AT&T Digital Life or add home automation to existing service.
Designed for use in enclosures, cabinets or other confined-space applications where standard straight D-Sub backshells will not fit.
Addonics Technologies has announced a family of 2.5" flash drive kits that allow users to easily replace 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard drives in notebook PCs or other systems with the three most popular types of flash cards. All models have a MSRP of $24.95 and are operating system independent.
Parks Associates finds AT&T leading U.S. industry in TV Everywhere initiatives
Projector Delivers Full Suite of Connectivity and Features for Under $1000
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.