LCD video wall systems, retractable screen technology and never-before-seen LED cabinet designs were just a few of the display solutions at InfoComm 2016 that are leading the way in display technology.
The new Matrox Monarch LCS advanced lecture capture solutions was introduced at InfoComm 2016, giving higher education institutions a strong, intuitive solution that gives control to the student.
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From Aurora’s IPX and VLX Series transceivers to RHODIUM BY AESON, InfoComm 2016 introduced innovative, brand new products that are bound to improve businesses and greatly impact the industry.
Fabric networking paves the way for data center virtualization initiative.
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It’s no secret workplace technology has changed the way office spaces look and the way workers access and present information. As technology continues to evolve, so will office trends, and InfoComm 2016 was filled with new innovations aimed at enhancing workplace communication, collaboration and more.
From digital signage software to video wall controllers, InfoComm presented plenty of new digital signage solutions that were beyond just visually impressive.
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