Gigle Semiconductor Launches World's First Gigabit Home Networking Chip, Fuels Latest Belkin Adapters for HD Streaming and PC Gaming
With Gigabit speeds of up to 1000Mbps*, Belkin's Gigle-powered adapters quickly transfer large data files and stream multiple HD movies online
Wisdom Audio Hosts First Sage Series Int'l Distributor Training at Newly Expanded Corporate Facility
Distributors Representing 14 Countries Were Among the First to Experience Wisdom's New Sound Room, Which is Capable of Demonstrating all In-Wall and On-Wall Architectural Models within the New Award-Winning Sage Series
The updated catalog includes numerous new products and information about the latest Chief programs.
Consumer demand, technical innovations to push U.S. revenues for Remote Technical Support Services to $2.6 Billion by 2013
Retailers and broadband service providers to drive market for remote tech support to over 10 million U.S. households
Belkin has launched its Gigabit Powerline HD adapter, a new addition to the existing Powerline Networking lineup. With a speed of 1000Mbps, this adapter is able to create an ultra fast HD entertainment network almost anywhere using the existing electrical wiring. Powered by Gigle Semiconductor's mediaxtream chip , this adapter promises to provide a secure and stable networking signal virtually anywhere. The Gigabit Powerline HD adapter is now available in North America and is expected to launch in Europe by the start of August. No real world data speed/loss tests yet as the product was just released but they should be available soon. The adapter is currently priced at $149.
iPort® has introduced a new series of in-wall digital media systems designed to integrate a variety of iPod portable media players* -including the iPod touch®, iPod classic®, and iPod nano® -into whole-house music and video systems.
housEvolve system now available through distribution at DIYcontrols.com
Beginning in 2010, Blu-ray players must be configured to allow one full-resolution copy. Dubbed "managed copy," the requirement has long been planned for the Blu-ray format, but has only just been finalized by the Advanced Access Content System License Administrator, a consortium of studios, hardware manufacturers and technology companies that licenses the AACS copy protection used on Blu-ray Discs. Managed copies can be made to recordable Blu-ray or DVD discs, as a download to a Windows Media DRM-compatible portable player or hard drive. Unfortunately none of the current batch of Blu-ray players or recorders have the required electronics to allow this. Manufacturers aren't expected to have this feature added to players until mid-2010.
Niles Audio Corporation has announced the appointment of new manufacturer sales representatives throughout its six Canadian territories.
Atlona Technologies officially announces the release of new 3x1 HDMI 1.3 Automatic Switch with 6ft Pro -HDMI Pigtail, the AT -HAD -V31
Atlona Technologies, solutions based manufacturer of Audio Video connectivity products, has officially announced the release of their new 3x1 HDMI 1.3 Automatic Switch with 6ft Pro-HDMI Pigtail, the AT-HAD-V31
IRES Technology's Wireless IP Camera now allows you to access live video & audio from any 3G BlackBerry or iPhone device.
Innovative Wireless Network Thermostat System Brings Together Affordable Energy Management and Reduced Installation Time
NetworkThermostat™ announces its new Strong Mesh™ wireless connectivity thermostat solutions. By eliminating the cables, the new 802.15.4 based wireless devices are the perfect for residential retrofit applications, making installation a breeze.
Crestron RoomView® Express Built Into DLP® Projectors Provides Direct Network Control
CONNECTIONS™ Europe announces call for papers to address new challenges, opportunities in changing product and service landscape
Yamaha have announced a new version of their home audio streaming system, the MusicCAST2 . MusicCAST2 currently consists of a touchscreen LCD controller, the MCX-RC100 Network Music Commander, and two types of Network Music Players, the MCX-A300, which has an integrated amplifier, or the MCX-P200, which is non-amplified for integration with an existing AV setup. The whole system uses WiFi b/g to communicate and stream, and can access both music stored locally - on a NAS, PC or MAC, USB stick, Bluetooth device or shared network folder - or streaming from Rhapsody and other internet radio services. As well as the 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, the Commander remote control has a trackpad and offers independent or joined control over up to 32 different zones. In addition to controlling distributed audio, the MusicCAST2 system can be used as a universal remote control; the Commander has an IR port, and Yamaha offer IR blasters to fit to your existing AV rack. Suggested pricing is $500 for the Commander remote, and $400 for the zone players. Slashgear source article.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.