GammaTech to Showcase Durabook Rugged Computers at NAFA's 2012 Institute & Expo

GammaTech to highlight cost-effective, high performance rugged notebooks and tablets for the fleet industry

Digital Projection Inc. announces Ken Eagle as Consultant Resource Manager

Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, is pleased to announce that Ken Eagle will, as of today, assume the duties of Consultant Resource Manger.

Analog Way releases new website and goes mobile

Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of presentation switchers and image converters, is pleased to announce the release of its new website during ISE 2012.

Smarthome® Launches New Wireless Outdoor IP Camera

Smarthome announced the release of its new Wireless Outdoor IP Camera, which is expected to begin shipping at the end of May. The Smarthome Wireless Outdoor IP Camera offers do-it-yourselfers the ability to monitor their homes or businesses from anywhere in the world with Internet access.

WiMAX Forum® Announces the WiMAX for Smart Grid 2012 Event

Event to be Co-Located with UTC Telecom 2012

Breaking News from InfoComm China 2012

Exhibitors thrilled with record breaking 38% increase in visitor attendance. ---- InfoComm China to expand in 2013 with two additional halls

Severtson Screens Appoints L. Craig Shelley CEO

Shelley's Background as a Corporate Officer with Major International Companies will be an Immediate Asset to Severtson Corporation

Screenfeed Redefines Daily Digital Signage Content... Again

Screenfeed - The Digital Signage Content Store, launches a new daily original video channel built specifically for DOOH.

WEGENER Highlights Digital Signage Solutions at 2012 NAB Show

(2012-04-12) - Presents new partners and localization strategies

Matrox Releases Support for Final Cut Pro X 10.0.4 Broadcast Monitoring on Full Line of Matrox MXO2 I/O Devices and New Matrox Mojito MAX Card

Final Cut Pro X 10.0.4 allows video and audio output to a variety of external monitors and other equipment using the SDI, HDMI, or analog video outputs from Matrox products

Auralex Earns High Grades for Retrofit at Suffolk County Community College

Custom-Designed Acoustic Treatment Significantly Reduces Slap-Back Reflection in Sports and Exposition Complex

Wowza Streaming Partner Uvault Custom-Builds Application for Wowza Media Server, Enabling Broadcasters to Deliver Closed Captions to Any Device

Custom App is Industry's First Off-the-Shelf Closed Captioning Solution to Meet New FCC Regulations

Optimum Lightpath Adds Uncompressed HD Support To Manage Video Service

Managed optical transport video service now supports 1.485 GB linear uncompressed HD-SDI over dedicated wavelength

Avid Offers Unprecedented Limited-Time Symphony 6 Crossgrade Promotion

Media Composer and Final Cut Pro users can save over 80% on Symphony, enabling accelerated storytelling with a suite of professional editing, color correction, and mastering tools

Oxford Digital Limited and SMSC Collaborate on JukeBlox® DSP

SMSC's JukeBlox technology connects tablets, smartphones, PCs, Macs and other consumer electronics products to a new world of audio entertainment

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