Extron Introduces Cable Cubby Enclosures for TouchLink Installations

hen not being used, cables can be stored out of sight while remaining connected to the system, offering a discreet way to access cables and connection points as they are needed.

CEDIA BUILDS AUTOMATED HOME FEATURE AT GRAND DESIGNS LIVE FOR THE SECOND TIME

CEDIA (The Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) is once again teaming up with Grand Designs Live 2012 (NEC Birmingham, 12th - 14th October) to showcase cutting edge home technology in the Automated Home feature at the Birmingham show, following its London event success!

Nyrius® ARIES Series Continues to Send Wireless HD Waves Through Audio/Video Industry

The Nyrius ARIES Pro Wireless HD Transmitter gives TV viewers, film-goers and gamers more room for wireless HDMI signal transfers than ever before.

Tablets and Smartphones Drive 700 Percent Surge in Motion Combo Sensor Market in 2012

Revenue for combo motion sensors will rise to $189.1 million in 2012, up from just $23.0 million in 2011.

Vaddio Offers Two-Year Comprehensive Product Warranty Plan With Free One-Year Advance Replacement

Vaddio delivers another first for the video industry: a comprehensive two-year equipment warranty covering all Vaddio manufactured products.

Yitran provide a new RS485 to PLC platform that enables seamless integration with existing RS485 or

Yitran provides RS485 to Power Line Communication (PLC) transparent bridge for Split Meter, IHD, Prepaid Meters and other AMR/AMI/AMM applications.

3vNet Partners with Training Allies to Launch Certification Program Beginning January 1, 2013

Professional training program being developed for 3vNet custom integrators

Use Technology to Take Control of Your Home

Electronic Security Association Offers Tips for Creating an Automated "Smart Home"

BlackArrow Demonstrates Multiscreen Advertising for Linear TV Delivered Over IP Platforms

New Technology and Integrations Unveiled at CableLabs® Interop

HARKNESS SCREENS LAUNCHES STAGELITE STEREO AT LDI 2012

The large screen wowed both event organisers and crowds alike with its low depolarisation rate and wide viewing angles (60 percent), giving an incredible 3D performance.

New NFC Forum Analog Specification Clears the Path to Device Interoperability

Specification Represents Milestone in Global Commercialization of NFC

Kramer CORE™ Products at Heart of San Antonio Main Event Entertainment™ Complex

Main Event Entertainment Complex Debuts All'Digital AV Infrastructure

The International 3D Society & 3D@Home Consortium Release 2012-2013 3D Forecast and Trends

The Society forecasts that more than 40 3D features will be released in 2013.

XPAND 3D'S NEW PASSIVE SYSTEMS RESET EXPECTATIONS IN SPECTACULAR FASHION!

Stunning new glasses that are lighter, more ergonomic and certainly more stylish than anything on the market today.

Extron Introduces Cable Cubby Enclosures for TouchLink Installations

Extron also offers step-by-step videos illustrating the installation of the Retractor Cable Retraction and Management System.

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