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Ramesh

Control your audio conference through your mobile

When you run an audio conference in your conference room or council chamber that is equipped with  Tesira, you can control your conference through your mobile. This means that you can access and control your conference even when you are on the move. You can do this using Biamp’s mobile control software, called Oreno. This...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part IV

In this article, which is the fourth in a series of articles by Infocomm about classroom design standards in higher education, Infocomm talks about classroom equipment preferences. The first article talks about industry standards. The second article talks about campus infrastructure standards. The third article talks about classroom design standards. This material is loosely based...
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How you can create the perfect display setup

Setting up your room for great viewing should be a reasonably straightforward ask, given that the technologies for it have been around for quite a while. But in many meeting rooms and events that use audio visual technology, this seems to go wrong pretty often. The key reason for this is that room designers and...
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Simplified AV switching with powerful integration capabilities

If you’ve ever attended a concert seated at the rear and were unable to hear clear sound, you know how annoying it was! If you’ve attended a video conference and the image and sound did not carry, you know how helpless you felt! Audio and video that carry are a very important part of any...
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Extron CS 123T SpeedMount Ceiling Speaker

Innovative SpeedMount Speaker System for your business

Technology today is only getting easier and easier, and if you think about ceiling speaker systems, they are in vogue today. Ceiling speakers are beneficial today as you can listen to music without the clutter of box speakers around everywhere. Extron has introduced the CS 123T, a two-piece SpeedMount Ceiling Speaker System, which provides an...
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Ensuring that the video system you have installed is ready for use

Today, much of the audiovisual (AV) setup is visual, with a video system being an important, almost ubiquitous part of the AV mix. However, when you install an AV solution, including a video system for your client, it is imperative that you let them know when the system is ready for use after installation. If...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part III

Infocomm has published a special series of articles on classroom design standards in higher education. The first article talks about industry standards. The second article talks about campus infrastructure standards. This is the third article in the series, and it talks about classroom design standards. So, what are classroom design standards? These are the parts...
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The continuing evolution of enterprise video conferencing

From the mid-1920s to the 2000s, enterprise video conferencing has come a long way. In 2013, Wainhouse Research asked people who used enterprise video conferencing on a regular basis to cite its benefits. They said that these are: Increased productivity (94%) Reduced travel expenses (87%) Faster decision making and high-impact communication (85%) Wainhouse forecasts that...
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centralised lighting controls and design

Enabling savings through centralised lighting controls and design

Centralised lighting controls and design is the ability to centrally regulate the level and quality of light in a given space for specific tasks or situations. Controlling light properly not only enhances the experience, it helps to save energy and money by using light when and where it is needed most. By using centralised lighting...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part II

In a special series of articles, Infocomm addresses the issue of classroom standards and provides a comprehensive set of guidelines for universities and other learning institutions to follow, so that they can avoid common mistakes. The articles cover the issue of design from 4 distinct aspects – industry standards, campus infrastructure standards, classroom design standards,...
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