Crestron DigitalMedia™ Presentation System 300 Leads Transition From Analog to Digital at ISE 2012

DMPS-300-C Delivers High-Definition Presentation Solution for Classrooms, Boardrooms and Video Conferencing; New Analog Trade-in Program Offers 50% Credit for any Crestron MPS

Crestron to Introduce Fusion EM™ Energy Management Software at ISE 2012

Energy Management: Where Concept Meets Reality

Crestron to Showcase New HD Lecture Capture Solution At ISE 2012

CaptureLiveHD™ Provides a Simple and Affordable Way to Record, Publish and View Lectures Online from Anywhere, Anytime; European Debut at ISE 2012

HAI Smart Grid Product Line Granted ZigBee Smart Energy Gold Certification

announced that their wireless energy management suite has been certified as a golden unit for ZigBee ® Smart Energy Profile 1.1.

HAI Enhances Omni-Bus Lighting Control Network for 220/240V Systems

HAI Products will be available for demonstration at the 2012 Integrated Systems Europe, in Booth 5U88, in Amsterdam, January 31-Feb 2, 2012. Additionally, HAI will host nine trainings on February 1st, 2012, in Room D401.

NavNet Updates Its User Interface

NavNet, the no-programming home automation company, is rolling out a new user interface for owners of the NavNet home automation solution.

4th Bin and Cumulus Global Partner up for e-Waste Solutions

4th Bin provides solutions for companies to recycle e-waste while Cumulus Global allows companies to save energy by holding their data in the cloud.

HAI Smart Grid Solutions Announces International Distribution for HAN Products

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI), leading manufacturer of integrated security and home automation products since 1985, announced that their Smart Grid Solutions' ZigBee ® Smart Energy product line will now be distributed internationally.

HAI Announces KNX Gateway, in Addition to HAI Omni-Bus 220V Lighting Control Network

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI), leading manufacturer of integrated security and home automation products since 1985, announced the development of a KNX Gateway, in addition to their own popular 220-240V lighting control system, Omni-Bus.

School District of Philadelphia Uses Digital Signage to Promote Get Healthy Philly

100 SourceBoards, from Horizon Software International, were implemented in 85 school cafeterias to teach students the importance of a healthy lifestyle

AIS Releases a 15" Rugged Vehicle Operator Display for Control and Communication Consoles in Public and Commercial Transportation Applications

The AIS 15" rugged vehicle operator LCD displays provide superior performance in wet, dusty, rugged, and humid environments.

Savant Joins D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) Program

D-Tools enhances MVP Program through Partnership with Savant, offering current System Integrator users their complete detailed product information library.

More power for digital signage: SpinetiX launches next generation HMP130 Hyper Media Player at ISE 2012

Enhanced processing for more powerful digital signage

Noventri Digital Menu Boards - A New Look For Cyber Caf At The Greater Richmond Convention Center

Noventri digital menu boards provide a new look and easier selection for ARAMARK customers at the Cyber Caf located in The Greater Richmond Convention Center.

WVT Communications Group CSO to Discuss Channel Education Through Certifications at ITEXPO East

Alteva and USA Datanet Will Showcase Unified Communications Solutions at "The World's Communications Conference and Expo"

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