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Lab X Technologies Expands Networking Connectivity Services

ROCHESTER, NY--Lab X Technologies is expanding its services into new markets including security and general networking, providing an unprecedented level of system simplicity to the sophisticated technology offered by each industry.

  • Lab X creates networking solutions that enable various products to work together as part of an integrated system. For example, an audio/video and lighting system for a world-class concert venue requires integrating hardware, software, cabling, audio and lighting control and other disparate technologies for a reliable and seamless installation. Lab X provides the expertise, technology and commitment to integrate those technologies associated with complete networking solutions.

“Lab X has developed a wealth of intellectual property and expertise in making complex systems successfully communicate with each other,” stated Lee Minich, president of Lab X. “With the evolving standards for digital connectivity, we see an opportunity in multiple areas for development, including state-of-the-art automotive audio/video/communications systems, advanced security installations, custom home integration, digital signage, professional event production, IT applications and more.”

Since 1996, Lab X has been an engineering design partner for mainstream companies, saving them valuable time, money and resources with a dedicated and highly educated team of engineering specialists. With its extensive experience in applying Audio Video Bridging (AVB) networking, the company works to design and/or perfect products and solutions, providing complete, turnkey, scalable engineering and design services for even the most complex projects.

Minich continued, “Although we are expanding, professional audio will remain at the heart and soul of our company. With approximately six percent of all pro audio installations digitally networked, more than 90 percent still use analog technology, which represents tremendous opportunity for our AVB integration.”