In his fourth year serving on the board, QSC CEO Joe Pham has been named president-elect of the 2018 AVIXA Board of Directors.
AVIXA insists its name change is about more than just an updated logo, and they understand they need to communicate the full meaning to the AV industry.
While the AV industry is very much its own entity, AVIXA knows that without the IT side of things you won’t have an integrated experience.
Dan Goldstein, SVP of marketing and communications for AVIXA, talks about the decision to rebrand the association to AVIXA.
InfoComm International has revealed its new name, AVIXA,which was in the works for two years. AVIXA will continue to brand its trade show as “InfoComm.”
InfoComm IOTA Americas edition focuses on regional integration market insights and sales forecasts through 2022 in U.S., Canada, Mexico and Brazil.
Full Sail University is partnering with InfoComm International to offer online and on-campus AV education opportunities to students.
Craig MacCormack looks back on InfoComm 2017. AV-over-IP solutions emerge, while VR and AR continue to make in-roads at show that sees 40 percent end users.
George Tucker explains why many InfoComm 2017 attendees were not AV industry experts, and wonders if end users will control manufacturing more than ever.
InfoComm 2017 shows off use cases for VR, augmented reality and more in AV integration, including live streaming, training and more.