The Consumer Electronics Association over the weekend named the winners of its 2011 Mark of Excellence Awards. The awards, presented by CEA's TechHome Division, were handed out at the EH Expo in Orlando.
CEA's TechHome Division Monday announced the finalists for this year's Mark of Excellence Awards. Crestron led the way with nine nominations.
ihiji this week announced several changes, including the addition of new pricing tiers, new features and a partnership with Crestron.
Crestron said Tuesday that the next generation of its Prodigy control systems, the PMC3 and PMC3-XP, are now shipping.
ihiji announced that last week that it has secured new financing, which it plans to use for further research and development.
Crestron Tuesday announced that its newest touchpanel, the TPMC-9, has begun shipping. The 9-inch widescreen display sports both widgets and high-definition streaming video for IP/Web security cameras.
In keeping with the Monster Cable mantra of, “always lead and never follow”, Noel Lee kicked off an impressive press conference that highlighted a year of innovation and and exciting new products.
ihiji this week announced the appointment of three sales representative organizations which will handle the company's cloud-based remote in-home electronic systems monitoring product, Invision.
Maureen Jenson talks to Crestron's Jeff Singer about the company's open platform, which can be controlled from a Mac, PC, or Apple, Android or Windows mobile device.
Stephanie Adamow interviews the winners of the 2010 Manufacturers' Excellence Awards at CEDIA Expo, including SurgeX, Lutron, Runco, ihiji and Crestron.