Tag Archives: AV

What Do Integrators Need to Know about DisplayPort 1.4?

I had a chance to connect recently with Marques Girardelli, manager of electronics platforms at Planar and Leyard for an in-depth discussion on connectivity trends.  We started with the basics: DisplayPort 1.4. Wait a minute. What happened to DisplayPort 1.3? The DisplayPort 1.3 specification was published in 2014, superseding the DisplayPort 1.2 specification from 2009.  New […]

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Three Trends Transforming the Conference Room

Ever walk into a conference room that seems straight out of the 1970s? You know, the kind with a conference table, a few chairs, maybe an old-fashioned projector or whiteboard, but little else. We’ve all been there — and it’s completely uninspiring. In today’s fast-paced business world, effective communication and collaboration are critical. Yet many […]

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An Exceptional Experience Was Had by All?

I’ve returned from InfoComm Las Vegas and a few days of vacation with great pride in our industry, our membership volunteers and governance and InfoComm’s staff. By almost all measures our show was, if not “The Greatest Show on Earth” — the greatest show ever held by InfoComm — fittingly held during our 75th year anniversary. We […]

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You Can’t Always Get What You Want

InfoComm’s March 2014 Economic Snapshot’s been released (see my blog post, Safe and Sound – Lessons from the March 2014 InfoComm Economic Snapshot, for an overall summary). In this post I’m going to offer a closer look at the technology that education technology professionals are looking for, and bring to light some of the frustrations […]

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Safe and Sound – Lessons from the March 2014 InfoComm Economic Snapshot

The latest InfoComm International Economic Snapshot Survey indicates that the marketplace for both AV providers and end users is sound and stable. While the InfoComm Performance and Demand Indices are not showing significant expansion, no additional ground is being lost. More importantly, there are no significant drop-offs expected. While some segments are performing better than […]

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