Most used functions for your IHS system

Design guide, offering you the most used and requested functions for an IHS

DSE 2015 Announces "Call for Speaker Proposals"Applications Deadline July 14, 2014

DSE is especially interested in proposals from end-users, network operators, ad agencies and AV/IT systems integrators willing to share their real-world digital signage experiences.

Linear Launches Intelligent Three-Way Z-Wave Light Switch

Unlike most three-way switches that require a traveler wire, this smart switch can be installed just about anywhere there's AC power

Screen Innovations Creates New In-wall Screen Category

Screen Innovations has developed an exciting new in-wall installation option for its FlexGlass™ rear projection screen material.

TrueConf and Garets Hold First Video Communications Conference in Poland

On May 20th 2014, TrueConf took part as a general sponsor at Video+Conference, the first in a series of international conferences on video conferencing technologies organized by Garets Sp z o.o. in Warsaw, Poland.

InfoComm 2014 - Pexip(R) Infinity Virtual Auditorium(TM) Allows Indiana University's Instructors and Students to Sim

Software-Based Distance Learning Videoconferencing Platform Simplifies Virtual Collaboration in Higher Education

InfoComm 2014 - HARMAN's BSS Audio Introduces Soundweb™ Contrio Wall Controllers Providing Enhanced System Functionality for End-Users in Variety of Applications

Contrio wall controllers are powered via PoE (Power over Ethernet) and are compatible with HARMAN HiQnet™ products.

CE Week 2014 to Feature Record Number of Companies, Robust Conference Program and Innovative Product Debuts

NYC's Largest Tech Event Runs June 23-27 and Provides Mid-Year Updates for Consumer Tech Industry

InfoComm 2014 - Monoprice Showcases New Products in its Home Automation, Pro AV Systems and Premium Home Speakers Markets at InfoComm

Monoprice encourages InfoComm attendees to visit the company's exhibition booth # C7150 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

InfoComm 2014 - HARMAN's JBL Professional Delivers More Ceiling Speaker Options to Systems Integration Community with New Control 45C/T

"The JBL Control Contractor 40 Series has been popular with systems integrators around the world, thanks to its combination of outstanding pattern control and exceptional sonic performance"

InfoComm 2014 - HARMAN's Soundcraft Integrates Award-Winning UAD Plug-Ins From Universal Audio With Vi Series Consoles

There are two versions of the Soundcraft® Realtime Rack

InfoComm 2014 - Leanest-Longest, Fastest-Strongest; C2G Introduces RapidRun Optical at InfoComm 2014

The fiber-based design provides the most significant additions to the RapidRun modular cabling product line since its introduction in 2005.

InfoComm 2014 - C2G's Technology Evangelist Wins Prestigious Award

Joe Cornwall honored by InfoComm as Educator of the Year.

InfoComm 2014 - SunBriteTV Sets New Performance Standards for Outdoor Digital Signage

Adds Improved Marquee Series to SunBriteDS Family

InfoComm 2014 - Hitachi Raises the Bar with Four New Ultra Short-Throw Projectors

Ideally suited for delivering large images in limited spaces.

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