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Energy efficiency is likely on your “to-do” list — if not already a much higher priority. A new 8 port PoE (Power over Ethernet) product from Microchip Technology Inc. can guarantee power of 60 watts per port for all ports simultaneously, says the company. Microchip Technology says the PDS-408G PoE switch is ideal for digital ceiling […]
VEN-U platform combines operations management, location services, guest engagement, monitoring, and data analytics.
According to Business Insider, two startups received a hefty $10 million from Elon Musk recently after they earned recognition for creating child learning technology which allows children to teach themselves. Kitkit School and onebillion, two child learning startups, will split the money after winning XPrize’s competition for Global Learning — which Musk sponsors. What is the […]
Years ago there was no need for AV equipment to connect to the network. That seems surprising now. Look around your office – there’s a VoIP system, a videoconferencing suite, displays connected to audio equipment running through the network. It’s more likely that an AV device is recognized by the network not than that it […]
For the first time this fall, a portion of the apples on sale in grocery stores around the U.S. will have been picked by robots, not people. The apple-buying public has agricultural automation startup Abundant Robotics to thank for it. They’re the maker of apple harvesting machines that will assist in Washington state’s next harvest, […]
AJA Video Systems provides gear to Harvard University to handle bigger streaming workflow.
Six-city LG roadshow showcases cutting-edge business solutions and partner technologies.
A former student of the College of St. Rose in New York pled guilty to destroying “66 computers as well as numerous monitors and digital podiums containing USB data ports owned by the College.” The damage was done using a “USB Killer” device that discharged high voltage pulses into the host device, damaging the host’s electrical […]
Mobile devices, applications, interactive projectors, digital whiteboards, and more: interactive technology is taking over the classroom, so make sure you’re utilizing it correctly.