Boo! Were you scared? Probably not, at least not without a ton of AV technology — the kind found in all haunted houses these days.
The Insight product line from NETGEAR will allow end users to discover, configure, monitor and manage network device remotely, with built-in cloud management.
The new KD-X222PO Extender from Key Digital will support UHD 4K signals up to 4096×2160 at 30Hz with 4:4:4 chroma 8-bit subsampling.
The Eaton 208/220v lowers cost of ownership while introducing flexible deployment and more to the company’s uninterruptible power supply line.
The AVI-SPL acquisition of Sharp’s Audio Visual will make the industry’s largest integration firm even bigger, and bring it close to $1 billion in revenue.
After launching last year, my.CloudJumper will unify tools and introduce customer management module to become Workspace-as-a-Service tool.
Hilton plans to utilize Internet of Things and smart technology in some of its 825,000 hotel rooms in 103 countries in the coming years.
The ProWire from LifeSafety Power is meant to ease installation and maintenance, comes pre-wired, factory tested, pre-engineered, and UL/CUL certified.
Hy-Vee hired Dimensional Innovations to install a set of NanoLumens LED video displays throughout its new Ron Pearson Center in the Dwight Vredenburg History Pavilion.
The BDR solution from Continuum will put basic data protection services in an affordable spot for SMBs with limited budgets and achievable needs.