CEDIA Wants You to Join the Conversation

June 8, 2010

CEDIA would like to invite members of the association to join an online forum where people are talking about the latest issues, trends, and technology affecting the electronic systems industry. Members can log in to CEDIA Crosspoint and instantly have access to blogs and other content with the ability to link to social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook.

Here's what people have been saying on Crosspoint:


The Analog Sunset and How It Will Affect Your Business, by Anand Gautam
So what exactly is the “analog sunset,” and why should you even care about it? Analog sunset is simply the day when High Definition (HD) content providers turn off the HD output for analog devices.  The agreement requires that that manufacturers stop selling devices capable of analog output which passes through the decrypted Advanced Access Content Systems (AACS) by December 31, 2013. (more)


Smart Grid and Energy Management, by Ken Erdmann
There has been a lot of talk lately concerning the smart grid projects around the country and how they will change our businesses and our customers’ lives.  For the last 18 months or so we have offered energy audits and recommendations on how best to implement changes in energy use for our customers.  The results have been mixed at best.  Part of the service has been to install energy monitors for the customer to see how much energy they are using, also with mixed results. (more)

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