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Medialon Provides Cando With Show-control System For Belgacom 

Medialon teamed with Cando, a video, lighting, sound, and multimedia company, to provide a Medialon Manager show-control system for a conference room at Belgacom. Belgacom is the leading telecommunications company in Belgium and a market leader in retail and wholesale fixed-line telephony services, mobile communications services, and broadband data and Internet services....

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ClearOne Boosts Hitachi Capital America’s Conferencing Systems 

At Hitachi Capital America, the financing arm of electronics giant Hitachi, conferencing and corporate communications take center stage in a new boardroom and bistro designed and integrated by Electronic Techniques (ETI) of Garden City, N.Y. ...

Christ Church United Methodist Upgrades its Sound with Biamp's AudiaFlex 

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In 1955, to mark the 50th birthday of the province of Alberta in a memorable and lasting way, the Alberta government constructed two identical auditoriums—one in Edmonton and another in Calgary. Completed in 1957...

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ClearOne Provides Presbyterian Health Foundation with Conferencing Suite 

The Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Park in Oklahoma City’s booming biotech district is home to one of the nation’s premier executive conference centers. The $2 million state-of-the art facility uses ClearOne’s audioconferencing and camera products to connect local scientists with their peers across the country and around the world. And, while the Presbyterian Health Foundation Conference Center was designed to meet the highly specialized needs of the biotech community, it also benefits the corporate world, because businesses can reserve the center for their own videoconferences and other meetings....

Houston Church/Community Center Opts for Wireless of the Future 

The fast-growing Copperfield Church in Houston was founded in 1991, and now its services average between 800 and 1,000 people per week. Also unusual is the fact that the church's entire technical arts ministry consists of f lay people who volunteer their services for the church. Copperfield Technical Director Michael Mychalczuk, responsible for all audio and video at the church, also has a full-time job with a local software manufacturer. According to Mychalczuk, "The church has grown over the years absolutely debt free. We build out as we have the funds to pay for the individual technical elements. So we had to design a sound, video, and lighting system that could be installed in phases. We had to think three to five years in the future, and build into them. ...

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