SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — June 14, 2011 — Visionary Solutions, Inc. (VSI) today announced that the company will team with several industry partners at InfoComm 2011 on technology demonstrations that feature VSI encoding products as key interoperable pieces within end-to-end workflows. The demonstrations, which include contributions from InfoValue(R), NetroMedia, and Enseo, will show VSI’s versatility working within digital signage, IP transport, multicasting, and IPTV workflows. All demonstrations will be held at VSI’s InfoComm 2011 booth 2114. Read on at The Wire
Christie took the occasion of its largest InfoComm exhibit space ever to showcase a host of technologically-advanced yet practical and affordable projectors, displays, video processors, yoke systems and software solutions for the Pro AV, large venue, architectural, corporate, control room and digital signage markets.
Organized into a dozen zones representing real-world situations, the Christie solutions show businesses, government entities and academia how they can safeguard the value and leverage the potential of their visual technology investments, while delighting their own end-users and customers.
“Visitors to the Christie booth will have the opportunity to experience the full range of our solutions. With more than 30 products in 12 zones on our booth, we continue our tradition of providing the latest visual display technologies to meet the needs of today’s savvy media consumers, who demand compelling visuals,” commented Kathryn Cress, vice president, global and corporate marketing, Christie. Read on at The Wire
Compact Granite 500 and Slate 500 Systems Ideal for AV Installations
Billerica, Massachusetts – Broadcast Pix™ will showcase its new Granite™ 500 and Slate™ 500 live video production systems at InfoComm 2011 (Booth 3968), which runs June 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. The new systems, which include recently upgraded Fluent™ workflow software, provide an ideal toolset at an attractive price point for stadiums and auditoriums, houses of worship, government facilities, and other AV installations. Broadcast Pix will also show the new Granite 2000, its most powerful 1 M/E video production system.
“We have the best control surfaces for combining cameras, clips, and graphics to create compelling live video,” said Ken Swanton, president of Broadcast Pix. “Now our 500 systems feature a new control panel and enhanced Fluent-View display, which lowers the cost of our integrated production systems to just $24,900 for HD/SD Granite and just $14,900 for Slate, complete with switcher, clip store, graphics system, and more.” Read on The Wire
Grass Valley, California, 6 June 2011 – Ensemble Designs is featuring its new, award winning flexible matrix router at infoComm at booth 2313. The router’s exclusive realtime, thumbnail display is especially useful for use boardroom, live events and mobile applications. The infoComm exhibition will be held in Orlando, June 15-17, 2011.
“We were thrilled and honored to receive awards for our new router from Broadcast Engineering and TV Technology magazines,” said Mondae Hott, Director of Sales at Ensemble Designs. Broadcast Engineering awarded its NAB Pick Hit and TV Technology awarded its NAB STAR to Ensemble Designs for their new technology router. Read on at The Wire
Grass Valley, California, 7 June 2011 – Today Ensemble Designs is introducing three new scan converters; BrightEye Mitto Fiber, BrightEye Mitto HD and BrightEye Mitto Pro. The new products will be debuted at Ensemble Designs’ booth 2313 at the infoComm Show in Orlando, June 15-17, 2011.
“The introduction of these new scan converters is a direct result of customer requests,” said Mondae Hott, Director of Sales at Ensemble Designs. “We’re responding to what people asked us for. Now they can choose the perfect scan converter for their video facility, whether it’s a boardroom or a military installation.” Read on at The Wire
The Califone Odyssey, Explorer, Discovery, and 610 Series will be Welcomed in a Host of Commercial Applications where High-Quality, Rugged, and Durable Headphones and Headsets are Needed for a Variety of Applications
SAN FERNANDO, Calif., June 8, 2011 – Califone® International, Inc. (http://www.califone.com), a leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of A/V products and accessories since 1947, is proud to announce that it will feature four new headphone series during InfoComm 2011, held in Orlando, Fla. from June 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth 4117.
“The Odyssey, Explorer, Discovery, and 610 Series give our customers even more choices when selecting the appropriate headphones and/or headsets for their specific needs,” said Tim Ridgway, Califone VP of marketing. “These four lines will be welcomed in a host of commercial applications, from call centers to museums to hospitals, where high-quality, rugged, and durable headphones and headsets are needed for a variety of applications.” Read on at The Wire
NFOCOMM 2011 – 4079 — Portland, Oregon, USA – June 8, 2011 — Apantac LLC is adding to its MT HOOD series of signal processing solutions with the new HDBaseT HDMI Extender and Receiver. They will be on display at InfoComm 2011, booth 4079.
The single port HDMI extenders (HDBT-1-E) and receivers (HDBT-1-R) are applicable for any ProAV application that requires extending HDMI signals up to 330 feet / 100 meters. They use HDBaseT technology for transmitting uncompressed high definition digital video, 3D video, and audio, and various control signals such as RS232 and IR over a single CATx cable. Read on at The Wire
PACIFIC, Mo. (June 9, 2011) – Lowell Manufacturing announced today that they will introduce three new economical rack designs at the InfoComm show in Orlando next week.
The LXR is a knockdown floor rack with a slim (19.2”W) footprint that?s designed to accommodate electronics and fit in a closet or similar narrow space. It offers an extensive selection of options and will be available in 8-44RU with 21” or 26” depth. Read on at The Wire
Rane is pleased to introduce HAL, an expert in room combining, paging and distributed audio systems. HAL easily guides even novice users through what used to be complex tasks in just minutes. No intricate matrix mixing or presets are required for room combining and paging. No virtual wiring required to distribute pages and background music to multiple zones. Read on at The Wire
System integrators and installers have long trusted the simplicity and reliability of Rane’s CP series processors for background music and paging systems. The new Rane CP66 provides solid solutions for systems up to six zones. “With our long-standing Commercial Processor products continuing their dominance in restaurant and retail applications, we’re pleased to offer the big brother CP66 to solve problems in larger systems” says Rane’s Director of Sales, Dean Standing. Read on at The Wire