Creating the Unified Communications and Collaboration Boom: IMCCA and InfoComm

23 July 2014 by , No Comments

Success is in the numbers: The Unified Communications and Collaboration Pavilion at June’s InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas, saw over a 600-percent increase in UC exhibitors since the specialty pavilion launched in 2002. There were nearly 1,000 seats sold for UCC sessions, and over 500 end-users and technology managers registered for the new education and networking series, “Unified Communications and Collaboration Solutions Summit.”


Unified Communications, Collaboration and Convergence – Not All Agree

20 June 2014 by , No Comments

At InfoComm 2014 it became clear that there are many definitions and interpretations of the terms “unified communications,” and “collaboration.” It is very clear is that these programs or systems converge the disciplines of AV and IT.


InfoComm 2014 Opening Day Buzz

19 June 2014 by , No Comments

InfoComm 2014 coverage of press conferences from Sony showing 3LCD laser projectors, live production and remote communications, and the awaited HARMAN Professional and AMX joint briefing. Plus some quick takes from around the show floor with LG showing 4K, Prysm’s 4K, multi-touch video tiles, Kramer’s K-Touch, and Crestron’s DigitalMedia solution with the ability to stream and distribute 4K.


InfoComm 2014 Keynote: The Big Data of Human Behavior

18 June 2014 by , No Comments

Mike Walsh, the CEO of Tomorrow, author of FUTURETAINMENT and a leading authority on the intersection of emerging technologies, consumer behavior and fast growth markets delivered the opening keynote for InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas on June 17.


5 Case Studies Prove Success of InfoComm International Standards

17 June 2014 by , No Comments

At InfoComm 2014, InfoComm International Standards and Industry Innovations held its annual Plenary Session at InfoComm. Five end user case studies are highlighted as AV standards success stories.