VUTEC LAUNCHES THE RETRACTA-VU TRAVELLER SERIES AT INFOCOMM 2012

This intriguing advanced concept is a complete solution with a self contained rising projection screen and projector lift on wheels that saves time and labor

Premier Mounts Appoints Sam Malik as Executive Vice President Worldwide

Sam Malik assumes key role to help continue and guide Premier Mounts' success

Siretta is Calling All Radio Enthusiasts Interested in HF Shortwave Communication

Siretta the antennas specialists are proud to announce their new Romeo 14 Antenna, which is exclusively available from Siretta Antennas.

GstarCAD Marketing Symposium 2012 Successfully Held in Suzhou

GstarCAD Marketing Symposium 2012 has been successfully held in Suzhou. Distributors of GstarCAD around the world were presented this symposium.

E FUN Announces Its Next 7S Android 4.0 Tablet for Mother's Day

Give Mom The Best With This Versatile 7" Tablet Featuring Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Haivision at Streaming Media East 2012

Company Quote: "At Streaming Media East 2012, Haivision is showcasing important new technology designed to simplify and optimize Internet streaming."

HAI Releases iTunes App, "HTX2", Customizable Stand-Alone Remote Control for Audio/Video Equipment

The HTX2 application allows for audio/video control using iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch (iOS devices) integrated with HAI's Home Theater Extender 2 (HAI part number 86A00-2).

VMP Debuts New ER-1-4PKIT Rack Expansion Kit at InfoComm 2012

Now Shipping, the ER-1-4PKIT is an Easily Installed Expansion Kit for the ER-1 Rack to Convert a Two-Post Rack to a Four-Post Rack

Travel Plaza Television Announces Nationwide 3D Digital Signage Program

Travel Plaza TV, LLC has launched the first nationwide 3D digital signage network accessible to more than 23 million travel plaza customers every month, according to company officials.

Pioneer AppRadio 2 Officially Released with Android Connectivity

AppRadio App for Android, Android Compatible Apps and Connectivity Kit Now Available

Pioneer Expands Elite SC Series Receivers Models

Five New Elite SC Models Offer Customization, Versatility and the Power of Class D3Amplification

AMX Shipping Final Component of Complete Wireless Light Control Solution

NetLinx Clear Connect™ Gateway Delivers Rapid Integration of AMX Control Systems with Lutron® Clear Connect™ Radio Frequency Enabled Products

AMX Launches Rapid Project Maker, Configures Systems without Programming

Easy-to-Use Software Deploys 10 Rooms in the Time It Previously Took To Deploy One

Cree® SR Series LED Architectural Downlight Breaks Payback and Performance Barriers

New LED Downlight Unites Timeless Aesthetics with Exceptional Color Quality

CrestaTech Secures $13M to Develop Smart Tuners for TV and Mobile Devices

This new funding round enables us to deliver a next-generation global Smart TV platform with several new Smart Tuner™ product releases this year

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