Parks Associates: U.S. SMBs interested in new support services from broadband service providers, ele
New "Small/Medium Business: Tech Support Opportunities" Research Project Analyzes SMB Tech Support Market
Prestigious Global Design Experts Recognize Design Excellence in LG's 2013 Products
Extron Quantum Series videowall processing systems deliver reliable multi-image presentations for demanding, mission-critical environments.
8 and 16 channel full-feature digital amplifiers, two interface options create Mirage Audio System
AEPONYX Showcases Easiest and Most Future Proof WDM-PON Solution with 40 Channels on a Single Fiber at OFC/NFOEC 2013
AEPONYX has achieved another world first; a truly standalone single fiber WDM-PON Solution composed strictly of WDM-PON Passives and small form pluggable transceivers (SFPs).
CEDIA will donate Â£5 from the sale of each CEDIA Award's ticket to the Macmillan Cancer Support charity.
New pilot scheme to be explained in Leeds and London
At APEC, Green Plug to Introduce Greenscapeâ„¢ - Visual Development Platform for Rapid Prototyping and Optimization of Controller Designs
Power Electronics Innovator Takes Next Step Toward Making Digital Controllers Configurable, Price Competitive
We’ve heard a lot about graphene being a “wonder material” that could be used for smartphone casings and antennas, but now it seems that some engineers have found a way to incorporate it into audio speakers and headphones as well. Technology Review reports that University of California Berkeley researchers Qin Zhou and Alex Zettl have found that graphene is the perfect material for constructing speaker diaphragms, which typically work best when made from a thin material that reduces the need to conduct expensive and energy-consuming “damping engineering.” But given that most thin materials are also fragile, crafting a perfectly balanced speaker diaphragm can become challenging. This is where graphene comes in: It’s a two-dimensional material that measures just one atom thick and has been described by Nokia (NOK) as the “strongest material ever tested, having a breaking strength 300 times greater than steel.” In other words, it’s dream come true for audio engineers who are trying to construct the world’s best speakers and headsets.
After more than two years of market cultivation, the HD ip camera is from the "trend" becomes "reality". Many HD camera manufacturers have sprung up out of traditional analog surveillance camera manufacturers have gradually transition to the HD field. In the market, more and more agents
YCD Multimedia, a global leading provider of smart digital media solutions, announced the appointment of Frank Keith as Senior Sales Executive at YCD USA. Frank joins as the newest member of the US team.
Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announces the immediate availability of their powerful, value-driven HIGHlite Cine 330-3D projectors.
dinCloud's Saad Shahzad named to UBM Tech Channel's CRN 2013Channel Chiefs List
En Pointe Technologies announced today that it is the first Value Added Reseller to sell Intel® Distribution of Apache Hadoop software, support, and training.
Newly designed system is compatible with SONOS and iTunes installations, and includes Drop-n-Rip archiving for Blu-rays, DVDs, CDs, with 2-way movie metadata support for Crestron, Control4, & other control systems when used with Dune HD Media Players.
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