SurgeX's new 30-amp model expands the enVision product line, a proven diagnostic intelligence system that measures, records, and interprets power conditions in real time, with detailed time- and date-stamped reports.
Stealth Acoustics will tout its new Image III Sub at CEDIA 2017, part of the company’s Image III art speaker series.
Access Networks CEDIA announcements will include the AP Enclosure, six enterprise-grade Ruckus ICX switches, the Core2 and Core3 systems, Access Networks Cloud, and a special surprise at the show.
CEDIA 2017 will feature a special presentation from a group of experts who are driving exciting advances in digital music delivery.
NewBay Media’s Residential Systems and TWICE have named their 2016 Best of Show Awards for CEDIA 2016 in Dallas.
Charlie Kindel, director of Alexa smart home at Amazon, delivered a keynote on Friday morning, in which he emphasized the importance of voice technology in the future of computing and home integration.
Russound is re-entering the light commercial market after a 10-year absence, demoing a 70-volt audio amp and audio ecosystem designed for applications such as small offices, retail spaces, coffee shops, and outdoor seating areas at restaurants.
Custom-install buying group ProSource celebrated what president/CEO Dave Workman told members was “a very strong, healthy year” with a Klipsch-sponsored reception on the eve of CEDIA 2016.
Control4 Corporation has announced integration with Amazon Alexa, the popular voice service that powers Amazon Echo and other Alexa-enabled devices, including Echo Dot, Amazon Tap, and Amazon Fire TV.
During its annual press briefing at CEDIA, Sony Electronics unveiled a new reference standard 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player that will be shipping next spring.
Origin Acoustics’ Jeremy Burkhardt announced the company’s latest products at a press conference on Wednesday, highlighted by the introduction of a line of architectural speakers co-designed with Bang & Olufsen that will be sold exclusively in 700 of the Danish company’s retail locations worldwide.
Women in Consumer Technology, an organization that promotes the advancement of women in the consumer technology industry, has offered details for its eighth annual gathering at CEDIA 2016.
CEDIA has revealed the 2016 finalists for the Home Technology Professional Awards competition, which honors the best projects completed by home technology professional members in the past year.
URC founder Chang K. Park is recognized as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, social activist, and a visionary.
The newly realized CEDIA Celebration will take place on Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at Gilley’s Dallas. The Awards Presentation portion will be shortened to 7:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
Shelly Palmer, trusted strategic advisor to the C-Suite of leading technology firms, regular technology commentator for CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, and Fox Business News, and one of LinkedIn's Top 10 Voices of Technology, will present the CEDIA 2016 opening keynote.
CEDIA Business Xchange is designed specifically to address the challenges of building and retaining a team of motivated professionals.
CEDIA is now accepting entries for its 2016 CEDIA Awards competition from member home technology professional companies and manufacturers.
The dates and location for the second-annual CEDIA Business Xchange have been set for May 11-13 at the Kona Kai Resort & Marina in San Diego. The association’s inaugural event was held last May near NASA headquarters in Houston, and CEDIA is hoping to build off of momentum of that event with a move to the ever-popular Southern California destination.
During CEDIA 2015, URC offered cash prizes of $1,500, $1,000, and $5,000 per day to programmers who had to program an eight-zone Total Control home automation system without aid or assistance.
Crestron's key message at CEDIA 2015 in Dallas was, “the luxury home made easier,” with a focus on its new Home Elements toolkit, which was developed in conjunction with Pyng technology to allow dealers to deliver the performance, scalability, and reliability of the Crestron home. But control pioneer Crestron is just one of an increasing number of manufacturers at the show looking to streamline the way smart home control systems are designed and operated.
As more American homeowners purchase high-end home entertainment, lighting control, and whole home control and security systems, the professionals they turn to for help in selecting and installing the components are reaping the rewards.
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) will offer three manufacturer product training sessions at CEDIA EXPO 2015 in Dallas, TX.