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CEDIA Expo 2018 Coverage

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Samsung focuses on integrators, the value of an Enterprise-grade network, using technology during a storm, and details from Apple’s keynote.

How voice control is faring amongst consumers, preparing for the trend of “resimercial” design, and developing dynamic workspaces.

How residential dealers have handled the shift over to the commercial market. Highlighting the marketing and design differences.

wrapping up the highlights of CEDIA 2018, ways to foster new business opportunities, and OneVision starts a new RMR program for their dealers.

Director’s Choice gets update to their Hall of Fame screen that gives residential integrators bigger choices.

Meridian Audio reveals a streaming device that lets residential audiovisual integrators to deploy any mobile source into an audio system wirelessly.

Kordz discusses the benefits of quality HDMI cables and products for home and office audiovisual integrations at CEDIA 2018.

Eliminating all the points of failure from lighting fixtures gives Lumastream dealers the ability to design, deploy, and maintain lighting systems unlike any other.

The addition of BakPak on these two new Control4 networking devices gives integrators a better view into client’s networks.

Control4 recognizes top audiovisual dealers from around the globe at CEDIA Expo 2018

Yamaha brings video sound bars, speakerphones, and Conference Ensemble to provide audiovisual integrators tools to integrate with Zoom

Moving coil cartridge, dual power supplies, upgraded weight for vinyl aficionados

ISE announces it’s moving for Barcelona for 2021. What it means for end-users and integrators to have a larger convention space.

Utilizing email, pictures and video to manage your projects and confer efficiently with your clients.

Philips pairs up with Bowers & Wilkins for distribution in Europe. How this partnership can benefit both parties.

The hurdles involved with teaching a certification course.