Gogobeans, the creators of the most flexible way to store, organize and share digital media, has today rolled out their digital locker technology to business and residential users of VoIPEX.
Linear LLC has sold the assets of media server pioneer Imerge Ltd. to Prism Sound, the UK-based manufacturer of professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications industries. According to Prism, the Imerge brands will continue with current production as well as new product development under the new ownership. Customer support will be maintained for all former customers of Imerge Ltd, including OEM partners ELAN, SpeakerCraft, Xantech, and Revox. Prism Sound has retained key members of the former Imerge team in research and development, production, customer support and sales, while finance and marketing will be resourced from the Prism Sound team. Prism Sound’s chief technical officer Ian Dennis stated that Imerge is a “fine example” of technical innovation in the UK and that his company is proud to take over the baton. “We will be concentrating on maintaining the impressive record Imerge has built with innovation in the fast-changing home entertainment market,” he said. Graham Boswell, director of sales and marketing at Prism Sound, added, “Imerge is one of the world's premier brands of movie and music-focused entertainment servers, making it simple for users to acquire, store, and replay their content with maximum fidelity and minimum fuss. Our challenge is to tell the story to a global audience and to make the product accessible to new markets. We will be extending the former distribution structure into new and untapped markets in the coming months.”
Leon Speakers, in collaboration with Stereo Exchange (one of New York's finest audio/video retailers), will capture the 2010 WIRED Store's "Shop and Share" theme by demonstrating the fundamental interactivity of custom audio design.
PHIATON TO SHOWCASE ITS STYLISH, HIGH -PERFORMANCE "MODERNA SERIES" MS 400 HEADPHONES AT THE 2010 WIRED STORE, EXPERIENTIAL GALLERY OPEN IN NYC NOVEMBER 19 - DECEMBER 26
-- WIRED Store Brings the Cutting-Edge Magazine to Life with Previews of Today's Most Innovative Gadgets, Games and Gear for the Holidays --
Thousands of AV practitioners are expected to attend the three-day event
Smartec product line has been supplemented with the new STC-3002 color CCTV camera with 1/3" Sony SuperHAD CCD and Easy Day/Night function.
The EM01b websensor has been a huge success for Sensormetrix and offered many benefits to our customers who have found it a great solution for monitoring server rooms, data centres and warehouses.
Minicom Digital Signage is happy to announce that it is naming Amir Shaked as the President of the North America's region.
Panamax/Furman today announced the appointment of Martha Brooke to the position of Eastern Regional sales manager.
New Flat Panel Loudspeaker Series Combines High Definition Detail, Bass and Dynamic Range Performance of High Quality Audiophile Speakers
Borg Displays, Inc introduces a new Muse FlexController tablet leveraging a bright 7” 16:9 format and using the newest in multi-touch technology. The Muse, like the suite of Protégé in-wall platforms, leverage Microsoft Windows CE embedded OS or Google Android OS on a fast Texas Instruments processor for optimum performance and flexibility. The Muse is ideal for OEM’s seeking a fast-to-market advantage with factory-direct affordable pricing. The new Muse dramatically enhances the user experience leveraging the new 16:9 widescreen format AND new multi-touch projective capacitive interactivity like that of Apple’s iPad. Muse is part of a suite of Borg’s interactive embedded appliance-like controllers optimized with select hardware button features and software applets for a wide variety of vertical applications. “Borg now offers a Pro4, Pro6, Pro8, Pro8a, Pro8ac, Pro8gl, Pro10a, Pro15a, NEO8 and now Muse to professional integrators around the globe.” states Borg president, Craig Slawson. “Muse is an always-on appliance and generally located in high traffic areas where net-connected services get used more often then when accessed by PC”.
Sony won't be the only company offering Google TV in its televisions. Samsung plans to run Google's software, which allows users to surf the Web and manage their DVR, among many other features, in a set of HDTVs that it expects to announce in January. The company's intentions were revealed by Samsung TV business head Yoon Boo Keun to the Bloomberg news agency. He didn't provide any further details. With that January announcement, Samsung is lining itself up to become the second company to offer Google TV in its array of televisions. Sony released its Google TV-equipped HDTVs last month. Sony's Google TV devices range in size from a 24-inch display to a 46-inch model. Prices on those sets are between $600 and $1,400. Google TV can also work on devices aside from televisions. The platform is currently available on the Logitech Revue set-top box. It's also running on a Sony Blu-ray disc player.
Borg introduces a new Muse FlexController tablet leveraging a bright 7" 16:9 format and using the newest in multi-touch technology. The Muse, like the suite of Protégé in-wall platforms, leverages WinCE or Android on a Texas Instruments processor.
Whole home audio manufacturer expands its groundbreaking retrofit system's flexibility
New model offers digital audio decoding and supports three audio devices.
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C1M1 offers a truly significant reduction in transmission time in comparison to other communicators that rely on dial capture or data bus decoding. This can result in quicker response time to emergency situations which could save lives and assets. By providing both IP and cellular pathways, C1M1 provides the reliability installers are looking for in an alarm communicator. C1M1 eliminates port forwarding and extra fees for remote access. Installers can remotely upload/download programming changes to M1 controls over IP or cellular using ElkRP2. Consumers can control the M1 remotely via the free ElkLink mobile app and web portal, as well as eKeypad and M1 Touch Pro apps. Other IP-based software and interface partners can connect to the M1 control over the local network through C1M1. C1M1 also provides email/text notifications for arm, disarm, and alarm events. ELK-C1M14GSM supports GSM (AT&T/T-Mobile) networks and ELK-C1M1CDMA supports CDMA (Verizon) networks.