Capitol to Make Whole-House Networking its 2015 CEDIA Focus Capitol will show upwards of 70 products from more than 30 manufacturers at the 2015 CEDIA Expo.By RS Staff Published: September 8, 2015 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Consumer electronics distributor Capitol will show upwards of 70 products from more than 30 manufacturers at the 2015 CEDIA Expo. “The whole-house networking revolution continues,” said Curt Hayes, president and CFO at Capitol. “Every year, our industry’s leading names and most creative new upstarts help bring new and different ways to operate and customize electronics throughout the home with the type of efficiency that can only be achieved by a strong network. This year, Capitol celebrates the latest innovations with some of the most advanced products yet, all of which are designed to bring maximum efficiency to end users and maximum profits to our customers.” Capitol will feature URC’s Total Control whole-house, IP-based control system, a comprehensive home control system that includes the MRX-10 advanced network system controller, DMS-1200 multi-zone network amplifier, SNP-2 streaming network player, and a variety of control devices, at its CEDIA booth (#5732). Also in the spotlight will be EnGenius, which recently named Capitol the first partner in its new ProAV Integrator Partner Program. EnGenius’s partner program provides pro AV integrators with the industry’s most extensive program for selling and implementing high-performance wired and wireless networking solutions. Also new to this year’s Capitol display will be a stronger focus on networked security products, with Schlage represented by the Schlage Connect lock, which features advanced engineering, rugged materials, and the ability to communicate via Z-Wave wireless technology. Schlage is a leader in smart technology that has ushered in a new, keyless era with a wide selection of electronic door locks and related technologies that combine the best of the company’s long and acclaimed history with the most relevant technologies available in the era of the connected home. Other products in Capitol’s networking-heavy exhibit include the latest entries from Beale Street, iPort, Key Digital, Luxul, TCL, BenQ, and Philips. In addition to Capitol’s extensive exhibit, the company’s training specialist, Mike Marko, will lead several classes on the technologies and sales techniques that will lead to greater success in the coming year. The full schedule of Mike Marko’s CEDIA classes are posted on Capitol’s website.