Company's Latest Initiative Puts PG2401PT Professional Graphics Monitor Into the Hands of Students and Instructors
Nexidia's Language and Caption Verification and QC System Available as a Plug-in for AmberFin's Unified Quality Control (UQC) Solution
North America's leading distributor of digital signage solutions showcases SAPPHIRE media players powering DISE broadcast quality software.
A second-generation Dual-Lamp, High-Brightness Projector for Large Media Rooms and Multiple Screens
Now Shipping, the Next-Generation FP-XMLPAB is a Low Profile Alternative for Mounting Larger (32- to 52-Inch) Flat Panel Displays with a Closed Depth of Only 1.5 Inches, Along with 15 Degree Tilt and 45 Degree Rotation Capabilities
At the 2014 NAB Show, Blonder Tongue, a leading manufacturer of SD and HD digital video solutions, will perform live demonstrations of its latest Professional Series of MPEG-2 encoders and ATSC/QAM transcoders for broadcasters.
2014 Smart Energy Summit to Focus on Connected Appliances for the Smart Home with Keynotes from Austin Energy and Nest
The comprehensive Control4 Certification process also includes the incorporation of Control4 SDDP technology, ensuring faster, simpler and more cost-effective installation by Control4 dealers.
Marking the first time that the revolutionary technology from Stream TV Networks will be showcased at the world's largest international trade show dedicated to digital signage, interactive technology, and Out-of-Home networks.
Bowers & Wilkins Launches New 600 Series
Building on its Portfolio of 4K Ultra HD Solutions, Gefen Expands Line with Two New Matrix Switchers for HDMI 4Kx2K
Delphi introduced Insight Engage™ in 2013 with an immediate positive reaction from its customers.
"With the introduction of Extron Pro Control Series, we are entering a new era for Extron configurable control where powerful hardware and software work together to accommodate more elaborate AV system designs"
Preview of new 84-inch Christie QuadHD84P Flat Panel for Portrait and Landscape Digital Signage Content Applications
Verizon has stopped accepting orders for its Home Monitoring and Control product, and will only allow FiOS customers who already subscribe to the $9.99 monthly service to continue using it, a spokesman said Monday.
Verizon introduced Home Monitoring and Control, which lets FiOS subscribers control security cameras, lighting, door locks and thermostats with their FiOS TV remotes, and through a mobile application and website, in 2011. It stopped accepting new orders in October, spokesman John Columbus told FierceCable.
Rival AT&T launched a wireless-based home automation service last year called AT&T Digital Life, and Comcast and Time Warner Cable market their respective Xfinity Home and IntelligentHome products to broadband subscribers.
Verizon officials suggested that the telco may introduce a new home automation product, but wouldn't say if the company is considering adopting a wireless-based approach similar to AT&T Digital Life.
"We are revisiting the service to more accurately reflect our vision for the connected home. As technology and consumer expectations evolve so must our offerings," Columbus said.
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