PowerGuard Feature Prevents Power-Related Data Loss and Corruption in Enterprise Applications
MONTREAL, CANADA - MuxLab Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of the newest addition to its Audio Video family; the DVI/Audio Extender Kit (500390). The Extender allows one DVI channel and one line level stereo audio channel to be transmitted via one Cat 5e/6 cable.
Sigma Designs is known for its video decoder chipsets, but they have been trying to transform into a one-stop shop for 'powering the new digital home' by making some strategic acquisitions. One of these was the 2008 purchase of the Danish company, Zensys, responsible for creating the Z-Wave home control technology. Sigma Designs is announcing the fifth generation of Z-Wave SoCs today. The cost of the SoCs has gone down compared to the previous generation. Sigma claims improved RF performance and lower power consumption compared to previous generation products. Platform developers now also have more memory in the SoCs to work with. With this generation, the company is taking extra steps to ensure better returns for their customers. by providing customizable reference designs and enabling faster time-to-market for end products. A feature-heavy middleware stack is also being supplied.
Newest Addition to Flagship XL Series Features Larger 27-Inch Display and Enhanced 1-ms Response Time for Professional PC and Console Gaming
Video surveillance technology has gone through the analog, half digital, all-digital network HD several stages in our country since the 1980s, since the rise. Video at the same time intelligent video surveillance (IVS) technology is in out of the lab and into various application stage
BTX Technologies 2013 NAB Show April 8-11 Las Vegas Booth C7319
New Cisco(R) Conferencing Solution Powered by Revolabs Advanced Acoustic and Wireless Microphone Technologies
Laguna Hills Location is Ideally Located for Employees
Smartphones really are the ultimate convergence devices. People no longer question whether they’ll replace cameras, digital audio players, portable TVs, handheld gaming consoles, or Sat Navs. The question now is – how many more things can they replace? Once you reach the stage where you’ve outlaid big cash for a seriously powerful pocket computer, it just makes sense to keep adding more potential uses. That has been the foundation of the app explosion. It is what has made smartphones the fastest selling tech in human history. There’s one exciting frontier that Android has yet to really penetrate and that’s home automation. If you cast your mind back to Google I/O in 2011 you might remember Android@home and some talk about the mesh network. Sadly, an affordable Android home automation system did not immediately hit the market. In fact, we heard nothing more about it. Before you get too despondent, it looks like references to Google messing with a mesh network and Android@home have been spotted in version 4.2.2 of Android. Fingers crossed we might get some kind of exciting announcement at Google I/O in May. Full Article.
New online video research from Parks Associates reveals consumers want to be able to access online video as part of their pay-TV service.
Exceptional 3D strengthens Auto-Stereoscopic 3D support for European Digital Signage market.
Keywest's newest digital signage technology offers customers automated conference room signs with powerful event and schedule messaging that eliminates the fuss of hands-on management. Based on the latest Android technology, SignWave provides a turnkey solution that includes all-in-one door signs, wall-mount frames, data acquisition software and server.
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Display Development, innovator of the Residential Architectural Video System category, is thrilled to announce the expansion of their facility in Batavia, New York.
-- Hillcrest's Freespace(R) software integrated into Intel(R) Media Server Reference Design (MSRD) for Point-and-Click Control for TV --
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The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection