Two big industry trends were top of my mind, as my plane touched down in South Carolina last week to attend the Synnex Strategic Partner Summit in Greenville, that took place May 16-18. And as the Summit progressed–hosted by the big AV distributor Synnex with hundreds of attendees from the AV integrator and reseller community– the trends came to the foreground in interesting and some unexpected ways.
Originally built in 1929, Iron City underwent major AV upgrades to rock hard with bands like Slayer.
Austin, TX-based Bazaarvoice has added a 3x3 video wall to increase the "wow" factor in its lobby.
Carnival Cruise Lines completed its new fleet operations center (FOC), courtesy of systems integrator Constant Technologies.
AVIXA has named Mike Weems, CTS, MCP the winner of the 2018 Mackey Barron Distinguished Achievement Award.
The 2018 InfoComm Rental & Staging New Product Awards are open for online entry. The Awards recognize the best new products introduced from June 2017 to April 2018, for either the Staging market, or the AV rental market. And with the increasing use of digital signage/display for live events, digital signage products are eligible for entry.
Did you know manufacturers are anxious to work with integrators to market their products to end users?
Immersive, 3D, or spatial audio systems—label them as you wish—are hardly new. But 2018 is beginning to feel like the year that immersive audio will go mainstream.
AV technology is fundamental layer GM World in Detroit, MI.
Convergence is playing out 'naturally' at West Chester University, where the AV and IT departments have been working together for many years.