Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
When Horton & amp; amp; Associated , a unique provider of audio and video equipment for health care facilities nationwide, sustainable necessary equipment for use in hospitals and treatment centers, he chose Videotel Inc. and HD2600 DVD player to become its industrial reliable solution.
Specifically designed as UL-approved and comply AnnexQ for use in hospitals and health facilities, the HD2600 allows these facilities to improve communication, educate, interact, entertain, and educate patients . It is a real content loop commercial DVD player designed for rugged use and displays video content on any screen. The HD2600 is designed to run on, automatically play and automatic repeat loop without any manual intervention.
“The industrial-grade DVD players Videotel and industrial media players certainly fill a need in the healthcare market we constantly service,” said Daniel Horton, president of Horton & amp; amp ;. Associates
The HD2600 is unmatched in quality and reliability. For health care facilities that require reliable digital media solutions to improve the patient experience, the HD2600 DVD player is the perfect solution, allowing continuous playback 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days year. Built to handle the tough demands of video content loop, the HD2600 is ideal for environments that want a cost effective solution to inform and entertain patients.
“Horton & amp; amp; Associates is unmatched in the quality of services they offer to their customers Videotel is proud to partner with them to trusted digital media players that facilitate a positive experience for patients,”. said Lisa Schneider, Vice President of Videotel business development and market strategy. “The HD2600 is the perfect solution for any medical facility looking for compact, reliable digital media players to communicate, entertain and educate patients. “
About Videotel Inc.
Based in San Diego, CA, Videotel is the leading manufacturer and distributor of the Nation of industrial Looping DVD players, digital media players, players Digital Signage, Interactive Digital Signage solutions, digital signage, digital custom Kiosks & amp; amp; PLV. Videotel has over 34 years of market experience in the development of the next generation and the niche of simple digital video products and industrial solutions. To learn more about Videotel Inc., visit http://www.videoteldigital.com or call us at 800-878-4056.
When Horton & amp; amp; Associates, a unique provider of audio and video equipment for health care facilities nationwide, necessary durable equipment for use in hospitals and treatment centers, he chose Videotel Inc. and its industrial HD2600 DVD player become his reliable solution.
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Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 11, 2014
HARMAN’s AMX announced at CEDIA EXPO 2014 the immediate global availability of its Alero 8 Zone Power Amplifier (ALR-AMP-8). Alero stands out as a top choice for end users and integrators by combining a stellar, multi-room residential distributed audio listening experience and a compact single rack unit (1RU) height, freeing up more rack space for increased installation options.
Whether listening to music in the living room, the kitchen or outdoors, Alero redefines multi-room distributed audio with 16 channels of audiophile quality sound. Featuring highly efficient, Class D amplifier technology, Alero also significantly reduces environmental impact by using less active power, using less standby power and requiring no external cooling sources to lower power consumption even further. And unlike linear power regulation used in Class AB amplifiers, Alero Class D amplification employs switching transistors, resulting in significantly less energy loss.
When designing Alero, AMX asked its integrators which features were most important to include and aside from top notch sound quality, the general consensus was for a smaller than typical footprint to make Alero ideal for installation in already overcrowded equipment racks. AMX researched the possibility and the result is Alero’s compact 1RU chassis that offers never-before-seen versatility and practically limitless installation options.
To ensure a completely unified, whole-home distributed audio source switching and amplification solution, Alero perfectly complements the AMX Precis DSP Distributed Audio Matrix Switcher. AMX is demonstrating the Alero Power Amplifier at the 2014 CEDIA EXPO, September 11 – 13 in HARMAN Booth #176.
Product Resource Center (details, specifications, images):
AMX Alero 8 Zone Power Amplifier
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Alero Product Video Overview
Alero Data Sheet
Alero Marketing Sheet from AMX 2014 Pocket Guide
About AMX by HARMAN
Founded in 1982 and acquired by HARMAN in 2014, AMX is dedicated to integrating AV solutions for an IT World. AMX solves the complexity of managing technology with reliable, consistent and scalable systems comprising control and automation, system-wide switching and AV signal distribution, digital signage and technology management. AMX systems are deployed worldwide in conference rooms, homes, classrooms, network operation/command centers, hotels, entertainment venues and broadcast facilities, among others.
HARMAN designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and integrated control solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon® and Mark Levinson ®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 16,000 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $ 5.3 billion for the twelve months ended June 30, 2014.
© 2014 HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Lexicon and Mark Levinson are trademarks of HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated, registered in the United States and/or other countries. AKG is a trademark of AKG Acoustics GmbH, registered in the United States and/or other countries. Features, specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
While XAV had built a strong audiovisual business with increased emphasis on enterprise and government customers, after strategic review, GIS decided that XAV did not align with the rest of its extensive business services portfolio.
“Whitlock has a strong commitment to culture and a long history of organic growth, but this opportunity with XAV matched perfectly with our core business principles and values,” states Doug Hall, Whitlock’s CEO.
In deciding to transition out of the business, GIS sought a company that could ensure its audiovisual customers would continue to enjoy excellent service and its employees could continue to develop and grow their careers. Whitlock is able to offer great benefits to both, including a proven track record, financial stability and an expanded footprint for improved service and support nationally and globally.
A number of XAV operational employees will become Whitlock employees, with customer relationships and existing contracts being assigned to Whitlock. XAV business operations in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania will further strengthen Whitlock’s national service delivery to enterprise customers.
“Whitlock’s mission is to retain, acquire and develop mutually rewarding customer partnerships and the most respected workforce in the industry,” Doug explains. “The XAV addition has provided an opportunity for Whitlock to acquire some exceptional employee talent and customer relationships which are complementary to our existing business.”
“The more we met with XAV leadership, mutual respect grew into excitement about our common cultures and strategic direction,” adds Roger Patrick, Whitlock’s COO. “We were more aligned than we could have imagined, and the merging of our teams will allow Whitlock to quickly scale in key markets and offer the talented XAV workforce a place to develop their career paths, contribute to best practices and continue to deliver outstanding customer experiences.”
As of today, Whitlock has 20 U.S. locations and more than 700 employees.
Whitlock is a Global Audiovisual (AV) and Unified Communications (UC) Solutions Provider, specializing in collaborative technology design, integration and managed services. The company helps customers meet goals, drive action and improve efficiency by streamlining interactive technologies and standards. Areas of expertise include enterprise videoconferencing, unified communications, digital media, digital signage, video walls and projection technologies. Whitlock also offers follow-the-sun 24×7 service level agreements as well as onsite and remote AV/NOC support. Whitlock serves customers from 20 U.S. locations, plus a worldwide delivery partner network through the Global Presence Alliance.
About Xerox Audio Visual Solutions
Since 1981, Xerox Audio Visual Solutions (XAV) has been a premier provider of Audio Visual and Digital Communication Technology. XAV has offered a comprehensive portfolio of collaboration solutions, changing dramatically the way education, commercial, military and government communicate and share ideas. XAV was a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Imaging Systems, a Xerox Corporation company.
Watertown, MA (PRWEB) June 13, 2014
Holosonics‘ Audio Spotlight speakers sound like the stuff of science fiction: they produce a narrow beam of sound with the same precision as a flashlight. At any point inside the beam sound is clear and present, literally surrounding the listener’s head, while just a single step or two outside the narrow coverage area sonic bleed is nearly inaudible. Harnessing the miniature wavelengths of an ultrasonic carrier, and relying on entirely different physics than traditional loudspeakers, Holosonics’ Audio Spotlight system is literally capable of providing sound where you want it, and preserving the quiet where you don’t.™
The Audio Spotlight technology was a perfect fit for the spirit of The Smithsonian’s Future Is Here Festival, an annual celebration and exploration of science, technology, culture and the arts gathered around the exciting, elastic theme of future technology. Focused on motivating young people in science, guest speakers Deborah Berebichez of Science Channel’s Outrageous Acts of Science and Kari Byron of Discovery Channel’s Mythbusters used the Audio Spotlight speaker to pan the audience, giving those in attendance a truly unique listening experience.
As Berebichez explains, “We discussed the physics of sound and demonstrated the futuristic effect of Holosonics’ Audio Spotlight speaker by beaming the popular Pharrell Williams song ‘Happy’ to the audience. Having never experienced anything similar before, people laughed and applauded as the beam of music passed by their heads, and the excitement could be felt in the room.”
To help relate the benefits of Holosonics’ directional speakers, Byron and Berebichez referenced Hollywood’s science fiction blockbuster ‘Minority Report,’ which included scenes where actor Tom Cruise was singularly targeted on a public sidewalk with personalized retail advertising announcements. The futuristic concept was based directly on Holosonics’ Audio Spotlight technology, and adding controlled sound to digital signage or in-store product displays are already two of the more popular applications for their directional speakers.
Kari and Debbie discussed other practical applications where controlled sound is of particular benefit, such as museums, galleries, and trade show exhibits, kiosks, waiting rooms, offices, and healthcare facilities, and even assisted listening for the hard of hearing. As the technology continues to mature and evolve, they expect Holosonics’ speakers could one day be found in every household, allowing families to split-screen TV’s and listen to different programming from opposite sides of the same couch, or to help a slumbering partner sleep more comfortably in peace while their spouse watches TV beside them in bed.
Kari shares, “The Holosonic speaker is a perfect example of how today’s innovations can impact our daily lives for years to come. It was great to demonstrate the power of the Audio Spotlight technology to a science-minded audience.”
About Holosonic Research Labs, Inc.
Holosonic Research Labs, Inc., a pioneer in directional acoustics, develops and manufactures the Audio Spotlight® directional sound system. Founded in 1999 by MIT graduate Dr. F. Joseph Pompei, Holosonics’ Audio Spotlight technology is used in a wide variety of applications including museums, libraries, offices, reception areas, retail displays, trade shows and retail kiosks. The world’s top organizations and companies use the Audio Spotlight directional sound system to beam sound to their listeners… and preserve the quiet.™