D&H Distributing hosted an upbeat contingent of vendors and dealers its semi-annual vendor/dealer show June 4th at Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pa., not far from its headquarters. One of the show’s aims was to present products and total solutions answering the needs of the K-through-12 educational market ahead of the back-to-school season. The event included…
ihiji announced Wednesday that it has named Steve Muccini its new director of marketing. Muccini is a veteran of Dell.
AMX announced Thursday that Scott Bahr has joined as executive vice president of global sales. Bahr previously worked at Nokia and Dell. He will report to president and CEO Rashid Skaf.
On this episode of AVNation’s AVWeek Podcast, Joe Andrulis from AMX
and Nathan Lively of Sound Design Live join host Tim
They discuss the impact of Dell going public on the analog sunset and the end of VGA/HD15. They also talk about IT/AV Convergence and how it’s effecting the industry. In product news, the panel wonders if we are ready for a laser projector from Sony? Plus, why AVB isn’t quite ready for a fight with HDBaseT.
SnapAV said this week that it has named Brad Redmond its new vice president of operations, in a newly created position.
SED International Tuesday announced dates for its Vendor Fair and Buying Event series. The event will take place in Atlanta (May 8), City of Industry, Calif. (May 23) and Dallas (June 7.)
The next episode of the DIY Network's Hollywood Hi-Tech will
feature "Entertainment Tonight" host Nancy O'Dell and A/V and
lighting control products from Crestron.
FETC 2011, aka the Florida Educational Technology Conference, was held in Orlando Jan. 31 to Feb. 3. In reviewing the news, I found out a lot about how important AV is to schools, the many ways it can be provided to them, and the growing needs for projection technology here.The event featured about 336 exhibitors from Absolute Software (software for data management and computer security) to Zarbeco, LLC (Digital microscopes and imaging software for education). Of course, companies more familiar to Display Daily readers were there too