By John Sciacca February 23, 2012

by John Sciacca Several years ago, a new company burst onto the scene with a completely new take on the solution to making smart remote controls more smart and a lot less complicated. That company was Harmony. (I can recall being at Harmony’s first press conference. It was basically just company founder and CEO, Br

By Jeremy Glowacki February 21, 2012

Savant was looking for an OEM manufacturing partner to build Savant-branded lighting control keypads when the company realized it made more financial sense to buy a brand outright, rather than licensing its technology. That’s how Savant ended up acquiring LiteTouch from Nortek , according to Savant president Jim Carr

By RES Blogs February 13, 2012

by Bob Rapoport There’s no doubt that technology is moving at a pace these days that’s virtually impossible to keep up with, and if you were not paying attention, you may have missed the biggest breakthrough in the history of recorded music. The history of the recording arts goes way back to 1878 when Edison invente

By John Sciacca February 10, 2012

by John Sciacca Quick: Name a luxury automobile. Maybe you thought of Bentley, or Rolls Royce, or something sportier like Aston Martin or Ferrari. Now, name a high-end watch. You probably thought of Rolex or maybe Breitling or Patek Philippe or Cartier. How about a luxury kitchen appliance? There’s Viking, Sub-Z

By RES Blogs February 09, 2012

by Scott Moody What if someone told you there were services available that allowed you to easily and cost-effectively promote your business, gain referrals, advertise specials and increase your web prescience — all in one giant swoop? If you have any business savvy at all, you would immediately jump at the chance.

By Jeremy Glowacki February 07, 2012

On the heels of last month’s International CES, where record numbers of exhibitors and attendees flooded sprawling convention halls, Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) broke all of its own attendance and exhibit records in Amsterdam last week, offering a much-needed shot in the arm to an industry

By Jeremy J. Glowacki February 02, 2012

For a first-time attendee like me, the second day of Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam began to feel much like any other major trade show in a more familiar U.S. destination, just with more accents, and better-dressed people. The first stop of the morning was the Crestron press conf

By John Sciacca February 01, 2012

by John Sciacca “Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thin

By Jeremy J. Glowacki February 01, 2012

I came to Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam, this year, so that I could get a taste of what was happening in the international systems integration market and reconnect with old friends in an environment where I had fewer distractions (panel moderating, awards presentations, Show Daily


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