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Despite their diminutive size, huddle spaces can present hefty tech challenges that can be overlooked and difficult to tackle.
Cutting-edge AV solutions are exciting, but do you need them (and can you support them) in every space? Experts weigh in on the pros and cons of rolling out the latest and greatest gear.
We continue the discussion of AV-over-IP infrastructure with a look at factors like cost effectiveness and scalability.
With schools moving more content to the cloud and students toting more devices, educational AV is poised to continue its growth in importance.
As organizations are doing more with less office space, technology has to support greater flexibility for multipurpose use, reconfiguration, and a variety of applications.
A product’s packet transmission structure tells you a great deal about the product and its effect on the network.
New solutions come out, and enterprises are tasked with finding the optimal way to implement them; but what if you could design your ideal space from the ground up?
Before spending hours trying to find the perfect AV technology, and upgrade to a managed system, there are five critical aspects you should consider to save endless time and money.
Here are some solutions that will help ensure your collaborative efforts go as smoothly as possible.
With the advent of more intelligent DSP, it’s now possible to have microphone technology with beams that are flexible and adaptable to the movement in the room.
Audinate’s Dante protocol has become a go-to method for networked audio transport. How did it get here, and where’s it going next?
Few things can hamper a meeting with remote participants more than bad sound. Here are some solutions to common audio ailments.
Johanna Pierson, CTS, has a busy job supporting classroom technology, leading a student AV team, streaming and editing video, and managing a variety of live events.
Three-dimensional audio technologies are opening creative pathways for places like museums and performance venues to engage audiences on a new level.
It can be argued that quality audio is the most critical component in the effectiveness of an AV system—and one of the most critical audio components is the DSP.