Middle Atlantic Powers AV Experience at InfoComm 2016 Middle Atlantic Products will bring a roster of its power and AV system foundational products to InfoComm 2016.RS Staff ⋅ Jun 3, 2016 Middle Atlantic’s DisplayStation Middle Atlantic Products will bring a roster of its power and AV system foundational products to InfoComm 2016, demonstrating the capabilities of its solutions for the commercial AV market in booth C9125, June 8-10, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. On Wednesday, June 8, at 9 a.m., Middle Atlantic president Mike Baker will introduce the company’s latest power solutions. The new solutions broaden the company’s portfolio of power protection options that are designed specifically to address the unique requirements of AV, giving integrators options to fit virtually any price point, space requirement, and system capability. “Throughout our history, Middle Atlantic has manufactured exceptional solutions that solve the unique challenges integrators face and are foundational to reliable integrated AV systems. We continue that rich tradition of product innovation at this year’s InfoComm,” said Baker. “Our latest power solutions are designed to meet the challenges unique to the commercial AV market, providing our customers with dependable, fully protected AV systems.” Middle Atlantic’s UTB Tech Box Middle Atlantic is also debuting two new solutions: the UTB Series Universal TechBox and the Hub. Introduced at ISE 2016 the UTB Series Universal TechBox is a low-profile solution for discreetly mounting AV equipment underneath a table surface within meeting spaces. It is intended for mounting equipment such as the Crestron 3-Series 4K DigitalMedia Presentation System 150 and other streaming solutions, as well as small devices, switchers, and interface accessories for audio, video, and/or HDMI. Hub is a technology-ready, all-in-one furniture solution for collaboration spaces that is designed to maximize equipment and cable storage. Simple to order with a wide range of finishes, Hub is designed for easy integration and is ideal for smaller collaboration spaces in corporate environments and active learning classrooms. As Middle Atlantic demonstrates the capabilities of its latest power and infrastructure products at InfoComm 2016, the company is also lending its thought leadership in the development of InfoComm International’s newest standard, the Rack Building for Audiovisual Systems standard (INFOCOMM F502.01:2016). A new standard in the industry, it will provide integrators with best practices for building quality AV rack systems. Middle Atlantic’s director of product management, Tim Troast, and Jay Franetovich, application engineer/product manager, are part of the international team of AV experts working to develop the standard. The new standard is expected to be ready for review and comment by Spring 2017.