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Montreal’s Le Hangar à Images Builds Innovative and Compact OB Unit Featuring Riedel Intercom Systems

WUPPERTAL, Germany — April 30, 2013 — Riedel Communications, provider of pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks, today announced that Montreal-based Le Hangar à Images has installed Riedel intercoms in its versatile new mobile production unit that can handle up to 16 cameras. With this compact mobile unit, equipped with state-of-the-art technology, Le Hangar à Images offers the Canadian market a flexible production system that scales cost-effectively to meet the needs of live event productions.

“We designed this mobile unit to give producers and directors access to cutting-edge technologies with a competitive cost structure, and we are proud to say the resulting truck has been a complete success,” said Jonathan Fortin, co-owner of Le Hangar à Images. “Providing comms that our clients say is ‘off the charts’ in terms of sonic quality and ease of use, Riedel is a big part of that success. Unlike other intercom systems we’ve tested, the Riedel Artist digital intercom system is powerful, versatile, and easy to use, and its attractive pricing has allowed us to keep our spending to a minimum.”

The Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom system is a modular and scalable communications platform that can provide up to 1,024 x 1,024 non-blocking ports per system. Other Artist-equipped trucks can be easily connected together via simple fiber links to form larger infrastructures, if needed. Le Hangar à Images has equipped its unique mobile unit with an Artist 32 digital matrix intercom mainframe, on which two CAT-5 client cards enable connection of eight digital control key-panel ports on individual RJ-45 connectors. One AIO-108 G2 analog client card supplies eight transformer-balanced, four-wire intercom ports on individual RJ-45 connectors to enable connections to equipment including studio loudspeakers, cameras, four-wire leased landlines, and telephone hybrids. The installation includes four 16-key rack-mounted key panels, three eight-key desktop key panels, and six dual-channel beltpacks.

“Le Hangar à Images is revolutionizing the way television is made here in North America,” said Daniel Huard, sales manager for Canada at Riedel Communications. “The company understands the practical and cost advantages of smaller-scale units that deploy quickly, offer user-friendly functionality, and, above all else, provide outstanding quality. In this type of production environment, our modular Artist solution is a perfect fit.”

Further information about Riedel and the company’s products is available at www.riedel.net.

More information about Le Hangar à Images is available at www.hangaraimages.com.

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About Riedel Communications
Riedel Communications designs, manufactures, and distributes pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks for broadcast, pro audio, event, sports, theater, and security applications. The company also provides rental services for radio and intercom systems, event IT solutions, fiber backbones, and wireless signal transmission systems that scale easily for events of any size, anywhere in the world. Founded in 1987, the company now employs more than 400 people at 11 locations in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/Riedel/LeHangar.zip
Photo Caption: Interior/Exterior images from Le Hangar OB Van

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‘The Maj’ Theatre in Perth Installs All-Digital Riedel Intercom System in Advance of ‘Digital Dividend’

WUPPERTAL, Germany — April 30, 2013 — Riedel Communications, provider of pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks, today announced that His Majesty’s Theatre in Perth has installed a Riedel digital intercom system. The Riedel solution prepares the facility for Australia’s “digital dividend,” which mandates the release and eventual auction of 126 MHz of contiguous RF spectrum and will affect wireless microphones, in-ear monitors, and RF communications systems.

The new all-digital intercom system at “The Maj” is centrally controlled by a Riedel Artist 32 digital intercom matrix. The theater has replaced its traditional analog partylines with the flexible Riedel Performer digital partylines and exchanged its existing wireless system with Riedel’s Acrobat digital wireless system.

“The implementation of the Riedel system at His Majesty’s Theatre has made vast improvements in the venue’s back-of-house operations as its high-level coverage greatly increases the scope of our flexibility and opportunities for communication in both performance and rehearsal modes. We are thrilled with the system,” said Rodney Phillips, general manager, His Majesty’s Theatre.

The Acrobat wireless system runs in the DECT spectrum at 1.9 GHz, well clear of other wireless audio systems and completely unaffected by the digital dividend. The single CC-8 base station can control up to 18 wireless belt packs, each with two full-duplex channels. Four strategically placed CA-6 antennas ensure complete coverage throughout the facility. Rich interfacing allows the audio team to replace a myriad of paging microphones, combining them directly into the stage manager’s 1RU control panel. Four Artist key panels (one rackmount and three desktop) give users high-quality audio and total system control. The user-friendly Director software enables technicians to control conversations — crews only hear what they need to hear — and thus improves the clarity, utility, and safety of theater communications.

Additional information about Riedel Communications and the company’s Artist digital intercom matrix, Performer digital partyline, and Acrobat digital wireless system is available at www.riedel.net.

Additional information about His Majesty’s Theatre is available at www.hismajestystheatre.com.au.

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About Riedel Communications
Riedel Communications designs, manufactures, and distributes pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks for broadcast, pro audio, event, sports, theater, and security applications. The company also provides rental services for radio and intercom systems, event IT solutions, fiber backbones, and wireless signal transmission systems that scale easily for events of any size, anywhere in the world. Founded in 1987, the company now employs more than 400 people at 11 locations in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/Riedel/TheMaj.zip
Photo Caption: Interior/Exterior Maj Theatre Images

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Clear-Com Hires Samer Mouwanes as Middle East Sales Manager

ALAMEDA, CA, APRIL 30, 2013 – Clear-Com® is pleased to announce that Samer E. Mouwanes will join the company on May 13, 2013 as Regional Sales Manager, Middle East. Mouwanes is a dedicated sales professional with extensive experience in the broadcast, pro audio and installation markets. In his new role, Mouwanes will establish and head Clear-Com’s new Middle East office. He will be responsible for overseeing all sales and customer service activities in the Middle East, Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.

Mouwanes will build on the sales experience he has garnered to help promote Clear-Com to industry professionals in the region. He will work directly with Karlie Miles, Clear-Com’s Director of Sales, EMEA and South Asia Pacific, to grow Clear-Com’s market share in the broadcast and live performance markets, while developing business in new markets. He will also work directly with Clear-Com’s partners and customers to ensure they are knowledgeable on company offerings and solutions.

Prior to joining Clear-Com, Mouwanes held sales positions with Sony Professional Solutions MEA (PSMEA), Bond Communications, Emirates Computers, AVTelco and Telec. Throughout his career, he has developed relationships with important players in the broadcast, pro audio and installation markets. With Mouwanes’ extensive training, he will be able to identify and address the challenges faced by customers in those industries. His fluency in Arabic, English and French will enhance his success in all areas of the sales process.

Since graduating from the College de La Sagesse in Beirut, Lebanon, Mouwanes has built a successful career. In his most recent role as sales manager at Sony PSMEA, he was responsible for handling broadcast and content creation sales and marketing for several Middle Eastern countries. He also was in charge of sales and marketing for the company’s security, medical, projector, video conferencing and display products in those regions.

“We are delighted to welcome Samer to the Clear-Com and HME team,” says Miles. “Having someone with such extensive knowledge and sales experience as Samer to represent Clear-Com in the Middle East will be a huge benefit to our partners and customers. We’re confident that he will build on our current success within this region, giving our partners and customers the expertise and attention that they require to succeed.”

“I am excited for the opportunity to work with Clear-Com to extend the company reach in the Middle East region,” says Mouwanes. “Clear-Com is the leader in global communications, and I am committed to building on that success. I look forward to strengthening the company’s relationship with end users while further expanding the company’s customer base.”

About Clear-Com
Clear-Com, an HME company, is a global provider in professional voice communications systems since 1968. We develop and market proven intercom technologies such as Analog & Digital Partyline, Digital Matrix, Wireless and Intercom-over-IP systems for critical communication applications in broadcast, performance venues, military, government and enterprise markets. Recognized for our legacy of intercom innovations, production teams around the world have come to depend on Clear-Com for clear, reliable and scalable communications solutions. For more information, please visit www.clearcom.com.

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Monterey Bay Aquarium Breathes New Life into Iconic Exhibits with Digital Signage from BrightSign

BrightSign, LLC®, the market leader in digital signage players, today announced its collaboration with the Monterey Bay Aquarium to modernize signage throughout the facility. Widely recognized as one of the world’s most impressive aquariums, the Monterey Bay Aquarium hosts 1.8 million visitors annually, and is a must-see attraction for anyone visiting Northern California. This overhaul achieved cost-savings and energy efficiencies, while simultaneously delivering a more immersive, educational and interactive experience for aquarium visitors.

BrightSign was chosen in 2010 to begin a multi-year project to outfit the aquarium with state-of-the-art digital signage players, marking the beginning of what has been a longstanding and very productive partnership.

“BrightSign’s players are perfectly suited for the work we’re doing here at the aquarium,” said Paul Cain, the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s technical coordinator. “Beyond the obvious advantages of lower cost and greater reliability, the new signage we’ve installed will lower power consumption by as much as 90 percent, squarely supporting our “green” institutional ideals.”

In 2012, the aquarium began an extensive effort to update some of its most iconic exhibits, including the Sea Otter Exhibit and the Open Sea. Digital signage was used extensively throughout these exhibits and at other points in the aquarium to bring visitors closer than ever before to the action within its expansive network of tanks and other enclosures.

“We’re privileged to work with the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and we’re happy to support its effort to provide its visitors a more intimate, immersive experience,” said Jeff Hastings, BrightSign’s CEO. “Using technology to bring people closer to nature is a very forward-thinking approach taken by the aquarium, and our digital signage players enabled the aquarium’s technical staff to execute this initiative beautifully.”

In addition to the time and money that was saved by these new installations, the aquarium achieved what it ultimately set out to do – to dramatically improve the viewing experience for its visitors. Using state-of-the-art digital signage, the aquarium was able to reduce congestion at its most popular exhibits, while simultaneously bringing visitors closer to all of the amazing creatures of the sea that call the aquarium home. By providing live, visual access to parts of the aquarium that were previously off limits, the aquarium used the very latest in technology to support its mission of bringing its visitors closer to the sea.

About BrightSign
BrightSign, LLC is the market leader in digital signage players. Based in Los Gatos, California, the company develops products, software and networking solutions for digital signage. BrightSign solid-state digital sign controllers set new standards for both stand-alone and networked digital signage applications with their superior video quality, reliability, affordability, ease of use and interactivity. Online information about BrightSign units is available at www.brightsign.biz. For US sales inquiries, please contact sales@brightsign.biz or call +1-408-852-9263. For European sales inquiries, please email Pierre Gillet: pgillet@brightsign.biz or call +44-1223-911842. Follow BrightSign at http://twitter.com/brightsign and http://www.facebook.com/BrightSignLLC.

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MASQUE SOUND CUSTOM AUDIO EQUIPMENT PACKAGE TURNS UP THE HEAT ON SONDHEIM REVIVAL, PASSION

NEW YORK, APRIL 30, 2013—Masque Sound, a leading theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design company, provided a custom audio equipment package for the Classic Stage Company’s (CSC) critically acclaimed revival of the Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical, Passion. The limited engagement recently wrapped at Manhattan’s CSC Theater.

Directed by John Doyle, Passion tells the story of a young Italian soldier enmeshed in a steamy affair with a beautiful married woman. When he is transferred to a remote outpost, he meets a sickly, unattractive but devoted woman. Her love leads him to rethink the nature of passion.

Sound Designer Dan Moses Schreier worked closely with Masque Sound to create an intimate experience for the audience. “From a sound design standpoint, this was a very challenging show,” says Schreier. “The theater itself is very small, with only 199 seats, and we had a nine-piece orchestra suspended over the heads of one section of the audience. It was an enormous amount of work to make it sound as clear and transparent as the show demands, and Masque Sound’s equipment and support was instrumental in helping Production Sound Mixer Josh Reid, Associate Sound Designer Nicholas Pope and myself achieve our vision.”

With the orchestra located on one side of the house, Schreier’s main objective was to create a wash of sound that would envelop the audience. This way, it wouldn’t seem as though the sound came from just one side of the house. By using reverbs very carefully, he was able to accomplish this.

At the heart of the package Masque provided was the new Yamaha CL-5 mixing console with two RIO 3224 I/O racks. With a three-section fader layout for efficient hands-on control, the CL-5 is an ideal choice for a diverse spectrum of live sound systems. The Masque Sound team felt it would work perfectly. In addition, Masque Sound’s technical team provided all of the training and setup for Schreier and his team, helping them gain familiarity with the new console.

“One of the great things about working with Masque is their flexibility in working with different theater productions of various sizes and budgets,” adds Schreier. “We knew going in to Passion that the budget was going to be smaller than a Broadway production. Masque Sound was able to take the numbers we gave them and help us develop a package that in no way would compromise the sound of the show. The show sounded great and Masque was unbelievably supportive.”

The original Broadway production of Passion won the 1994 Tony Award for Best Musical.

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MuxLab Announces its Multimedia 16 x 16 Matrix Switch

MONTREAL, CANADA — MuxLab Inc. is excited to announce the launch of their new Multimedia 16 x 16 Matrix Switch (50047x). The product has been viewed in recent months as a live demo at trade shows such as Integrated Systems Europe and ISC West with extremely positive feedback.

The Matrix Switch system is a modular AV switching platform that converts and switches a wide range of digital and analog AV inputs to HDMI via HDBaseT over Cat5e/6 cable. The switch features an 8-slot chassis that allows up to four 4-port input modules to be switched to up to four 4-port output modules, for a maximum switching capacity of 16 x 16. The Matrix Switch also features dual-redundant, hot-swappable power supplies for ease of service and works with the 500451-Rx HDMI receiver to convert all AV inputs to HDMI.

“The Matrix Switch is managed via front panel controls, RS232, USB or via web server interface” said Marc Bohbot, MuxLab’s Director of R&D. “Our main focus was ease of use for the Matrix Switch. We have spent a substantial amount of time working to make this user friendly and easy for anyone to control.”

The Matrix Switch supports up to four 4 input modules (HDMI, HD-SDI, DVI, and VGA) and up to 4 output modules (HDMI, HDBaseT). The recent preview set-ups have demonstrated the ability to switch between various inputs and displays, and show attendees were able to play with the unit themselves. The positive feedback received leaves MuxLab confident on the launch of this new product, which has been researched and engineered in Canada.

About MuxLab

MuxLab Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of connectivity solutions that allow CCTV and Audio-Video equipment to be connected via cost-efficient Cat5e/6 copper twisted pair in the structured cabling environment. For over 25 years, the MuxLab brand has been synonymous with quality, performance and reliability. MuxLab solutions streamline cabling by reducing material, space and installation costs. Even after installation, MuxLab products help save time and money by facilitating moves, adds, and changes.

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For more information;
www.muxlab.com
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514-905-0588

 

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Outline iMode Technology Provides Networking Backbone for New Orleans’ Little Gem Jazz Saloon

Contemporary Nightclub/Restaurant in Historic “Jazz Alley” Blends Avant-Garde Outline System with Historic Music Venue Backdrop

NEW ORLEANS, APRIL 30, 2013 – New Orleans’ latest traditional jazz venue, the Little Gem Saloon, recently celebrated its rebirth and grand opening with Outline, the maker of high-quality, industry-leading speaker systems for touring, installation and studio applications. The Little Gem Saloon has installed Outline’s state-of-the-art loudspeaker and iMode networking and control technology at its two-floor facility, designed to give patrons the feel of an old-world, traditional jazz-style setting. Outline’s iMode-based sound system provides the venue a crystal-clear, transparent sonic foundation for delivering authentic live jazz.

Located at the head of New Orleans’ famed “Jazz Alley” on the 400 block of South Rampart Street, the Little Gem Saloon has been resurrected on the site of its original 1903 location. Jazz historians unanimously agree that no other single location is more significant to the founding and evolution of jazz than the Little Gem Saloon.

“When I was approached to provide a sound design for the Little Gem Saloon, I immediately thought of Outline,” says Michael Paz, a New Orleans-based sound designer and music industry veteran. “Knowing that we would have two separate performance spaces one floor apart, Outline’s iMode technology was the clear and obvious choice. The ability to monitor, control and, if need be, run the same program material through both systems simultaneously, was really appealing. Plus having all that control at the engineer’s fingertips via Outline’s iMode app for iPad and iPhone really gave Outline an advantage over other systems.”

The upper and lower performance spaces of the Little Gem Saloon have almost identical front-of-house systems based on three Outline DVS12P-iSP self-powered, 12-inch, two-way trapezoidal cabinets arrayed in a left-center-right configuration. A total of five Outline iSM112-iSP cabinets, two on the ground floor and three in the upper level space dubbed “The Ramp Room” in homage to Rampart Street, act as floor monitors in the venue. In addition, one Outline DVS118SW-iSP single 18-inch subwoofer rounds out the installation. All iSP designated speakers are iMode-capable.

The iMode technology embeds a Linux-based CPU with an integrated DSP chip, parameter control software and Web server right into its powered speaker systems, thereby eliminating outboard gear between the console and power amplifier. Audio conversion is done at 24-bit/192 kHz resolution, with users having real-time control over levels, delay, EQ and shelving filters per speaker. iMode also allows the user to monitor performance parameters across the system, including VU-metering, selected preset parameters, clip and limiter status, amplifier overheating and protection. These parameters can be accessed using an iPad with a dedicated Outline software app or via any standard Web browser on any Internet-capable device.

“In a historic venue like the Little Gem Saloon, the sound system should be pleasing to the eye, but invisible to the ear,” said Tom Bensen, Outline North America’s senior vice president and managing director. “When it comes to sound reinforcement needs, traditional jazz music is akin to classical music. The transparent, crisp and natural sound that the DVS12P-iSP delivers is perfectly suited to reproducing and reinforcing each instrument and performance nuance note for note, without coloration. I was very pleased with the way the systems blended in each of the performance spaces both visually and sonically.”

From 1903 to 1909, Frank Doroux’s original Little Gem Saloon indelibly linked a series of three late-1880s Italianate terrace houses at 445-449 South Rampart Street to the birth of America’s greatest indigenous art form, jazz. The club became the watering hole for jazz legends such as Buddy Bolden, Freddie Keppard, and other early performers of the neighboring Back-of-Town district (known today as Mid-City and Central City). The original Little Gem closed its doors in 1909, re-opening on January 20, 2013. For more information about the Little Gem Saloon, visit http://www.littlegemsaloon.com.

About Outline
Outline S.r.l., based in Brescia, Italy, is a leading manufacturer of high quality loudspeakers of both powered and un-powered configurations. Founded in 1973, the company has a rich history in the development of high quality loudspeaker systems, test and measurement systems, and holds numerous technology patents. With offices in Italy, The UK, and the USA and over 50 distributors on five continents with more than 4200 venues and users to its credit, Outline has assumed its place among the leaders in the professional audio market.

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Shotoku Enables Virtual Reality for Mexico’s Grupo Multimedios

Torrance, CA – Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, recently delivered virtual set-enabled jib crane systems at the Grupo Multimedios owned studios located in Monterrey and México City. Shotoku Inc.’s president, Naoki Ebimoto, made the announcement from the Company’s US headquarters in Torrance, CA.

Two Shotoku model TK-59VR Jib Cranes equipped with TU-03AVR Pan / Tilt Heads were purchased in conjunction with virtual studio technology from Vizrt to support news coverage of México’s 2012 presidential election. One system was installed at Grupo Multimedios’ main studio in Monterrey, México; the other at Milenio, their full time news channel in México’s capital city. Both Shotoku packages are configured with high precision encoders and a Serial Position Interface that delivers data compatible with all leading VR systems to ensure the smooth and accurate synchronization of virtual set elements.

“The integration with Vizrt at both facilities went very smoothly,” said Ebimoto. “Our systems are well suited to Multimedios’ production environment, offering high performance, scalability for future growth, and simplicity of operation – virtual reality expands the boundaries of creativity and captures audience attention.”

About Shotoku Broadcast Systems
Shotoku Broadcast Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and marketing of a full range of camera support products with emphasis on manual and robotic pedestals and pan/tilt heads for the television broadcast industry. The Company also provides robotic camera systems capable of interfacing with third-party equipment. Established as an engineering design firm specializing in advanced mechanics and electronic control systems, Shotoku maintains headquarters in Japan with offices in Staines, UK and Torrance, CA. The Company’s robotic camera systems are designed, developed and manufactured in Staines, UK. For further information:
www.Shotoku.tv

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Shotoku contact: Naoki Ebimoto
+1-310-782-8491• info@shotoku.tv

Press contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener
+1-845-512-8283 / harriet@desertmooncomm.com

ArcLight Cinemas Has “Peace of Mind” With Support From Christie Network Operations Center And Remote Monitoring

ArcLight Cinemas’ 90 Christie Digital Cinema Projectors Protected with 24/7 Remote Monitoring and Reporting Through Christie’s Network Operations Center (NOC)

ArcLight Cinemas can rest easy knowing that its 90 Christie digital cinema projectors installed at the chain’s seven locations in California, including its newest addition in San Diego, are protected with 24/7 remote monitoring and reporting through Christie’s Network Operations Center (NOC) and additional Managed Services offerings such as round-the-clock phone support and quick access to locally-stored spare parts.

As one of the first theater chains in the U.S. to convert to digital projection, ArcLight Cinemas (along with sister company Pacific Theatres) recognized the need to safeguard its investments early on with Christie’s NOC and the Managed Services team, who work alongside a national dealer network to design, deploy and support fully-customized visual display systems whether it be projection equipment or lobby displays that integrate into all cinemas.

Joe Miraglia, director of design, construction and facilities for ArcLight Cinemas, stated, “Christie’s NOC support services are an excellent fit for our ongoing needs. The professionalism from their staff, and reporting tools continue to be a significant benefit for our organization. No matter whether it’s a small inquiry or a major outage, we know the Christie NOC team is there to support our needs. ”

As part of the NOC’s reporting capability, customers can choose customized software and weekly and monthly reports through an automated system that distributes information to cinema operators to help them run their theaters more effectively. According to Miraglia, the collection of data that reports how the theaters are performing overall was important. “I get weekly equipment inventory reports that tell me how much space is on my server and I receive notices about software updates and incident performance reports. The monthly analysis really tells me what’s happening along with the trends and patterns within my company, and that’s huge for me.”

“We are pleased that ArcLight Cinemas put their confidence in Christie’s Managed Services team and our NOC,” said Sean James, vice president, Managed Services at Christie. “With new technologies and programming constantly evolving, a state-of-the-art NOC for remote monitoring, in particular, provides a safety net for theaters embarking on the digital age of 2K and 4K digital cinema projection.”

Miraglia said Christie’s track record and history in the cinema industry gave them the edge over the competition. He was also confident that they made the right choice because of Christie’s Ed Vitelli and his teams’ extensive IT background. The analytical and systematic approach that Ed and his team incorporate into their analysis impressed him. Their approach was aligned with that of ArcLight Cinemas’, helping to reduce down time and guest-facing incidents.

Managed Services functions as a single point of contact. The service team can support all lobby displays and projection equipment, multi-media and audiovisual hardware, associated software and business application systems, as well as servicing other manufacturer’s warranties. Extended services from Christie’s Managed Services team include on-site preventative maintenance and emergency repair service, quick access to locally stored spare parts and online training. In addition to providing end-to-end solutions for projection and in-lobby digital displays in the cinema environment, Christie’s Managed Services team also has a technology-agnostic approach in that they support all your cinema equipment including a wide array of manufacturers, projectors, technology platforms, visual displays, servers, switchers and networking products.

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Panamax(R) Now Shipping MD2-ZB SmartPlug and BB-ZB1 BlueBOLT(R) Gateway

Units Bring Energy Management, Surge Protection, and BlueBOLT(R) Functionality to Individual Outlets for Small Appliances Throughout a Home or Facility

PETALUMA, Calif. — April 30, 2013 — Panamax(R) today announced that it is now shipping its MD2-ZB SmartPlug and BB-ZB1 BlueBOLT(R) gateway. The devices bring energy management, surge protection, and BlueBOLT functionality to individual outlets for electronics throughout a building, providing a low-cost way to reduce energy consumption significantly while reducing service calls for installers. more

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