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Focus On Corporate AV: AV Powerhouse 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
When the Ohio-based Jones Day law firm moved from its Columbus corporate office to a new building in the downtown Arena District to accommodate its growing...

Sennheiser Mini-shotgun Points TSAV in a New Direction 

Although only a small component, the Sennheiser Mini Shotgun is the key to the successful performance of an entire system at Georgia-based Technical Services Audio Visual (TSAV). ...

Consumer/Corporate Divide Hard to Find at CES 
By John McKeon
The CES show continued one of its most pronounced trends of recent years, the increasing difficulty of sorting corporate and business multimedia—the pro AV channel’s long-time home turf—from the vast universe of home entertainment and consumer applications....

CES Show Highlights Importance of Fiber Links 
By John McKeon
The spread of fiber networks, and their potential impact on both consumers and business multimedia users, were among the ongoing themes of the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas...

Guest-Tek Furnishes LifeSize High-definition Video Communications Systems to Hospitality Industry 

LifeSize announced that Guest-Tek is furnishing LifeSize Room systems to hotels for enhancing meeting facilities and services provided to hotel clients....

Gearing Up for an AV-intensive Olympiad 
By John McKeon
Citius, altius, fortius—Faster, higher, stronger.

Those three words have been the motto of the Olympic games since the modern version of the games began in 1896. In the recent past, though, as broadcast and multimedia technologies have become more and more central to the games, it has seemed a couple of additional words might be added....


Will New Cables Make Global Bandwidth a Given? 

It appears the great advances of the early 21st century will depend on a somewhat more ambiguous commodity: bandwidth. Fiber-optic cables spanning the globe are helping to guarantee the latest revolution never runs out of fuel....

TFCinfo Founder Paul Martin Dies in Plane Crash 

Paul Martin, the founder of TFCinfo Corp., passed away Sunday, Dec. 17 with his wife and two children in an airplane accident on his way to his second home in Searsmont, Maine....

Standards Becoming Goal for Industry Groups 
By John McKeon
The recent dustup among InfoComm, CEDIA, and NSCA over promotion of rival certification structures is just one aspect of a broadening industry-wide effort to bring uniformity and clarity to the matter of professional qualifications and credentials....

Legoland Pyrotechnics Fire Up Crowds with Shure Wireless Audio Soundtrack  

With a colorful family playground filled with more than 50 rides, shows, and attractions, Legoland California is nestled within this seaside town in a unique landscape that serves as a life-size expression of blueprints you may well find in an actual Lego building-brick manual....

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