Slingbox 350 Provides Live and Recorded Television Content Anywhere in HD-Quality on the Most Popular Mobile Devices
Quick and Air Receive RESI and EXCITE Awards at Cedia Expo 2013
Multi-WAN Router Increases Horsepower, Security and Remote Management Functionality for Optimal Residential or Commercial Network Performance
Designed to deliver high-performance sound in areas where installation space is limited.
An ultra high-end home theater control center
NuVo audio gets the full integration treatment with newly released Vantage driver.
Awarding those that exemplify excellence and dedication to the custom installation channel, Control4 names Abt Electronics the Top Dealer of 2013.
The Largest Selection of Cross-platform Tools for Users of Incompatible Consumer Electronics on Android, Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
Stealing the spotlight at CEDIA, Seura's improved solutions prove to be game changer in the world of elegant TV solutions
When contemplating a home-automation project — as with many other technology decisions — the right place to start is ensuring you’re purchasing something that is future proof. As a veteran of the networking industry, future proofing is a technology decision that has some well-understood rules. Computer networking benefits from open standards that drive interoperability, and our customers in turn benefit from fierce competition as well as the knowledge that an open, generally interoperable standard reduces their risk. Even if you buy an Ethernet switch from a vendor that stops supporting it (or worse, goes out of business), a switch can provide years of useful service because it, by definition, works with many devices that come after it. Home automation depends heavily on tying together sensors, controllers, and an application framework. Unfortunately, the lesson of having common standards to drive that networking has yet to become apparent in the products available on the market. There are several network technologies that are used in home automation today, but none is fully suitable for creating a market. One of the reasons why there is extensive hobbyist work done by programmers writing and modifying code on the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms is that the market for shrink-wrapped automation devices has been unable to grow without a technology framework that allows good ideas to be developed and “plug into” an existing system. Full Article:
State-of-the-Art Christie 4K Projection Opens the 51st Annual New York Film Festival with the World Premiere of "Captain Phillips"
For well over a decade HomeToys.com has been covering CEDIA and bringing all the industry news and exciting new products to our eMagazine to help our readers make sense of the massive event. We have compiled a list of some new product releases from this years show below.
There were many new exhibitors at CEDIA, along with hundreds of returning companies. It is impossible to cover all of the new product introductions. We did see an evolution of product offerings, which demonstrated both convenience as well as superb quality.
This is our special news page where you can read about and post news and announcements about products and services exhibited at CEDIA 2013.
In the end, the business models that reward innovation, are open, and fully interoperable at all levels will be successful. The Internet of Things will only come into being when the interoperability challenges are conquered.
Records 6526 to 6540 of 28766
Automation & Control - Featured Product
Pakedge BakPak allows you to know when your customers' networks need attention--before they do. Instantly receive notifications, email or texts so you can react quickly. Constant network management allows you to have your whole customer base at your fingertips in an easy to read dashboard showing the status of all your customers. And you can even access, troubleshoot, and resolve network issues right from your mobile device or laptop.