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InfoComm Gets Intense

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The theme for this year’s InfoComm Show is “Communications Intensified,” and it’s all too appropriate.

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(l-r) Secretary-Treasurer Johanne Belanger, President-Elect Tony Warner, LDC Chair Jim Ford, President Greg Jeffreys, and Executive Director/CEO Randy Lemke kick off InfoComm 2012 at the ribbon cutting ceremony. Taking place at the Show’s main entrance, the ceremony also honored Carol Zelkin, a 10-year partner of InfoComm and the Executive Director of the IMCCA. 

Give just one glance around the exhibit floors at the Las Vegas Convention Center and you’ll see thousands of people communicating with each other — and intensely at that. Opening day found the aisles packed in both halls as exhibitors presented their latest and greatest products, while attendees eagerly took in the sights and sounds as they learned about the latest solutions.

The 933 exhibitors on-hand are collectively a powerful draw, and part of the appeal of InfoComm is that it provides “one-stop shopping” when it comes to finding manufacturers appropriate to every aspect of an attendee’s business. The wide variety of pavilions, such as Audio, Digital Signage, Lighting and Staging, Unified Collaborative Conferencing and Worship, just serve to underline the panopoly of markets that attendees are working in, and which InfoComm and its exhibitors address through solutions.

Jason McGraw, CTS, CAE, senior VP of expositions, explains, “We have a unique setup here in that we have the channel and the buyers, so a manufacturer has the opportunity to not only talk to their channel and introduce a product, but they also get to educate the end user about the technology.”


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InfoComm 2012 Ready To Rock

While InfoComm says 96 percent of attendees will be here to see new products and solutions, interest in the Show’s educational offerings has continued to grow, making training quite the draw.

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Lemke Feted, Looks Back

The systems integration industry has changed dramatically in the last dozen years, and helping spearhead that change has been InfoComm executive director and CEO Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D.

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New Mini Pavilions Bring ‘Neighbors’ to InfoComm

Adding to the success of InfoComm’s themed pavilions, new “mini” tech pavilions have popped up on the floor this year, highlighting three key industries that are integrating more and more with the AV world: digital content creation, education technology, and security solutions.

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Panasonic 4K Laser Phosphor Projector at InfoComm

Panasonic System Communications Company of North America showed the PT-RQ13KU, a beyond 4K screen resolution projector, at InfoComm 2015. Panasonic will also show the PT-DZ21KU projector, showcasing its impact through a projection mapping display onto a Tesla Model S.

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Christie at InfoComm 2015

Christie is showing its projection, direct-view LED, and video processing technology at InfoComm 2015 this week at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.