Entropic Communications Powers New Ethernet-over-Coax Network Adapter From European Equipment Maker, Asheridge Communications

First MoCA-Based Adapters Available Through European Retail Outlets

WattzOn Lets Partners Help Customers Save Green While Going Green; WattzOn Connect Launches Today

Financial Institutions, Home Improvement Partners and Others Can Harness Proprietary Energy Analysis Engine to Deliver Savings and Financing Directly to Consumers

CyberpowerPC Targets the Mid-Range Gaming Market with GeForce GTX 670-based PC Series

Cyberpower Inc. today announced the integration of NVIDIA's powerful new GeForce GTX 670 single GPU video card into its line of desktop gaming PCs. CyberpowerPC systems based on this evolutionary graphics card will start under $1300.

Vigix Vending Kiosk Debuts at Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

World's smallest dispensing kiosk wows crowds

MARANTZ DEBUTS TWO SLIMLINE A/V RECEIVERS WITH ADVANCED NETWORKING CAPABILITIES, CONTENT ACCESS AND CONTROL

-- Maximizing Versatility & Connectivity, New 4" High SlimLine Chassis, Advanced Network Technologies, Front-Panel Inputs and More --

Smartcomm first UK distributor for EMS product

AV Systems Integrator, Smartcomm Ltd has announced a partnership with Dean Evans & Associates to become the first UK distributor of their Event Management Software. The partnership, which took effect in April 2012, is a valuable addition to Smartcomm's growing portfolio of commercial tools.

Key Digital Provides an Audio Management Solution Via Our Digital IQ Series HDMI Matrix Switchers

EDEVICE ANNOUNCES THE HEALTHGO MONITOR, BUILT ON FREESCALE'S HOME HEALTH HUB REFERENCE PLATFORM

HealthGO is the industry's first fully customizable technology platform for Remote Patient Monitoring

USA: "Extreme" Shoppers Turn to Mobile Media at Key Stages of the Purchase Process, From Information Gathering to Transactions

New GfK research identifies opportunities for marketers to engage today's smart shoppers

A Saas-sy Approach to Digital Signage

Acquire Digital are preparing to publicly release their latest SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, which promises to be their simplest solution to digital signage management.

SeaChange Innovates Cable's Deployed Set-Top Boxes with Nitro Now™ Subscriber Experience

Next Generation Navigation Optimizes On-Demand Tier, Provides Retail Point of Purchase

ValueClick Media Beefs Up Digital Video Offerings

Company Launches ValueClick Video and Hires Former Adconion and Brightroll Executives To Lead New Platform

Cooper Lighting and Rambus sign license agreement

-- Cooper Lighting and Rambus Sign License Agreement to Provide Innovative, LED-Based Lighting Solutions -- Agreement covers Rambus' patented innovations for edge-lit lighting solutions

Zenverge Powers the SKnet Monster TV Evo. 4, the First Single-Chip 4 Channel TV Transcoder Product in Japan

Users can now record and watch up to 4 HD terrestrial and/or satellite broadcast TV channels on their PC with up to 15X more recording time

Gefen Extends HDMI Wirelessly with Higher Resolution, Cost-Effective Next Generation Solutions

The GefenTV Wireless for HDMI Long Range (LR) includes small sender and receiver units that connect any source equipped with HDMI to any remote display within a 100 foot (30m) radius of the sender

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