RGPC announces the release of three UPS models

Built from the ground-up with proven highest standards, Richard Gray's Power Company introduces three UPS models designed specifically to provide "AV Grade" reliable back up power, and remote AC power management.

Walmart becomes third-largest online film provider

Walmart has landed among the biggest online film providers in the USA, snatching the number three spot from Sony during the first half of the year, the Financial Times reported citing data by IHS Screen Digest. Part of Walmart's success is down to the problems Sony experienced earlier in the year, when its PlayStation network fell victim to hackers. However, the retail giant has also turned into an aggressive digital player in a bid to counter the steady decline in DVD sales. In 2010, Walmart acquired digital film store Vudu and has been building its market share through price discounts. IHS Screen Digest puts Vudu's first-half market share at 5.3%, a substantial improvement on its 1% in the comparable 2010 period. Microsoft, which operates the Zune Video Marketplace, came second with 16.2% against 18.5% last year. Apple continues to dominate the online film market by a very wide margin. Its iTunes store lifted its share in the first half to 65.8% from 64.9%.    

KanexPro Introduces the Ultimate Long -Runner with HDBaseT® & 5Play™ Technology at CEDIA EXPO 2011

Brea, Calif., Aug 22, 2011 - KanexPro (Booth #309) the leading A/V Connectivity solutions provider is proud to introduce a groundbreaking HDMI® Extender based on HDBaseT® technology called the "The Long -Runner 5PL".

USA Datanet Announces New Channel Partner Program

Regional Executives Appointed to Maintain Channel Strategy and Anticipated Program Growth

Crestron Appoints New VP of Marketing

Marketing Veteran Joins Crestron to Develop Markets and Drive Demand

CES iLounge Pavilion Triples in Size, Now World's Largest Dedicated Exhibition of i -Related Products and Accessories

75,000 Square Feet of Exhibit Space Sold for the 2012 iLounge Pavilion

New research from ABI says 1.8 million home automation systems will ship around the entire world this year.

New research from ABI says 1.8 million home automation systems will ship around the entire world this year. Given the number of homes in the world, that's really not that many. Things are about to change, though--ABI's five-year prediction sees the figure rising to 12 million. It's all about new providers enabling the tech, the rise in smartphones and tablets, and the push to save energy by wiring our homes into the smart grid. Phone companies, looking for regular subscriber income, see home automation technology as a natural fit for the future of their business: Smart homes are all about remote control, and now that we're all carrying smartphones and tablets, the phone companies want to be the channel for that data. Communications tech makers see an avenue to build their tech throughout your home, in a totally new market--it's why Cisco, better known for making routers and wireless tech, has invested over $10 million in Control4 (which automates heating, air conditioning, and lighting) this year, and also made a deal with maker Zigbee to sell its home automation gear around the world.

ATEN Unveils New Entry -Level Desktop USB KVM Switches

ATEN launches new 2 and 4 port desktop USB KVM switches CS72U, CS74U that enable users to access 2 or 4 computers from a single VGA console without software to install or configure.

ATEN Debuts One -Box Control Solution Designed for Remote Kiosk Management and Support

The KN1000 KVM over the NET combines KVM over IP, remote power /serial console management and virtual media functionality

Atlona Introduces New Industrial Line 16x16 HDMI Matrix Switcher

3D-Compatible AT-HD-V1616M Connects 16 HDMI Sources to 16 HDMI Displays; Features Fast Switching Times, EDID Learning Ability, and Redundant Power Supply

Announcing More Powerful RGPC 400 Pro II, Lighter Weight, same MSRP $795*

RGPC has introduced their newest model 400 Pro II which offers 10% greater performance, 40% lighter weight and added AV Systems Grade Balanced "Y" Surge Protection, compatible with UL1449, 3rd edition for Type 3 locations.

CONNECTED DEVICES WILL ACCOUNT FOR 70 PERCENT OF CONSUMER ELECTRONIC DEVICE MARKET VALUE IN 2011

Seventy percent of Consumer Electronic (CE) industry 2011 revenues will come from Internet connectable devices, according to the latest research from the Strategy Analytics Connected Home Devices (CHD) service. Internet connectivity has become a key feature for the majority of CE devices, whose global installed base will reach the two billion unit mark by the end of the year. “While connected flat panel TVs, set-top boxes and DVRs still represent a small portion of their respective product segments, sixty-eight percent of all CE devices sold this year will be connectable to the Internet.” says Peter King, Director at Strategy Analytics. According to this report, Connected TVs represent one of the biggest growth opportunities over the next five years as major vendors, such as Samsung, LG and Sony, push their Smart TV initiatives. Global connected TV device revenues will total in excess of $95 billion in 2015, representing more than one-quarter of the overall connected device market.  

Strategy Analytics: Connected Devices will account for 70 percent of Consumer Electronic Device Market Value in 2011

Seventy percent of Consumer Electronic (CE) industry 2011 revenues will come from Internet connectable devices, according to the latest research from the Strategy Analytics Connected Home Devices (CHD) service.

RedEye Networked Remote Controls Move Beyond iOS

ThinkFlood's RedEye networked remote controls now in full production release for Android and PC

Android control of Vantage Controls Infusion just days away!!!!!!!

Control of the Vantage Infusion System with the only Android device app is just days away. Search for Smarthome or Infusion in the Android Market within a week!

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