With the increasing complexity of live AV experiences showing no sign of slowing, media servers have evolved greatly in order to keep up.
Steve Greenblatt expounds on the long-term value of entertaining diverse viewpoints and challenging one’s habits and biases.
Dr. Phil Hippensteel explains how the layered model of communications can guide a better understanding of network protocols.
Bannister Lake’s Chameleon data aggregation software drives scoring displays throughout the US Open to help keep tennis fans on top of all the action.
Integrators share how their managed services offerings can help tech managers keep their facilities running smoothly.
When big AV projects arise that require the help of an integrator, what qualities should you look for in a technology partner?
While we may focus our attention on the challenge of attracting young people to the industry, providing effective training that brings newcomers up to speed quickly and efficiently is just as important.
In the majority of K-12 schools, instruction is moving away from a teacher-centric approach, and schools are demanding interactive technology that can keep up with the shift to more active learning.
To assess how well an IP video connection is working, it's important to consider the role of the users' method of accessing the network.
The last decades have brought about a tremendous leap in pedagogical technology, enabling students to touch, connect with, and immerse themselves in their lessons.
Miami’s New World Symphony pushes the limits of technology in symphonic music with stunning UHD projection and a massive 12G infrastructure upgrade.
The need for robust facility- and campus-wide public safety and paging systems has never been greater. Is your system up to the task?
The following are some tips to consider when planning, testing, and executing on networked audio deployments.
Audio professionals share how the latest generation of sound systems are designed to deliver quality reinforcement to every seat in large venues.