ROCHESTER, NY – Good economic news has been, shall we say, scarce throughout 2009. But there is at least one bright spot in upstate New York, where Lab X Technologies has added a larger conference room and four new offices and expanded the reception area at its headquarters in Rochester. Lee Minich, President of the engineering design firm, says that the decision to grow in the midst of a broadly shrinking economy almost made itself. “We looked at the accelerated pace of connectivity proliferation, the continued growth of our client list, and the positive impact of emerging technologies such as AVB (Audio-Video Bridging),” he says. “Our need for growing room was immediately obvious.” Product manufacturers in many industries are turning to Lab X for help in leveraging the IEEE’s emerging AVB standards that make Ethernet ready for reliable real-time streaming of high-quality audio and video.
The new facilities, which occupy an additional 1500 feet of office space, also give Lab X and its visiting clients access to a new entrance and additional parking within the building complex at 176 Anderson Avenue.