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  • HDBaseT Cabling Technology in Arizona

    If your business has connectivity requirements, HDBaseT could be the solution you seek. This cabling technology transmits ultra-high-definition video, audio, Ethernet, control signals, USB, and up to 100 watts (W) of power—all over a single, long-distance category 5 (Cat 5) cable or higher. With this technology, you can connect and power household entertainment devices, commercial […]

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  • The Crestron Accessory You Need: Enhance Your School or Business’ Video Streaming System with a Network Video Streamer

    If your home or business is connected with Crestron®, the CEN-NVS200 is be the perfect accessory for your video system, as it provides a powerful solution for delivering video over Ethernet from a camera or another analog video source. Audio is also supported to enable monitoring of an audio signal interleaved with the video signal. […]

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  • Top 5 Digital Signage Trends in 2018

    The digital signage industry has been growing rapidly both in availability and capability. Both technology and user experience have been advancing significantly. There are five big trends we are excited to see in 2018. Slim, Sleek Designs Slim screens that fit into their surroundings are going to become more and more commonplace. This is an […]

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  • The Link Between Software-Defined Networking and Passive Optical LANs

    We’ve previously outlined some of the major benefits of installing a passive optical network for your company’s technology infrastructure. Recent industry news and research has reinforced some of these benefits and has some speculating on future developments for passive optical LANs. The Development of Service Providers’ Networks May Suggest Future Developments in Enterprise LAN Environments […]

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  • Difference Between IEEE 802.11ah and 802.11af in the IoT

    Traditional Wi-Fi technology, or IEEE standard 802.11, provides wireless connectivity ideal for short-range applications where the communicating devices are plugged in. However, these are not ideal circumstances for many Internet of Things (IoT) applications that demand both longer signal distances and lower power consumption for battery-operated gadgets. Two relatively recent versions of the IEEE standard […]

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