Tag Archives: convergence

Riding the Wave of Emerging Markets

In another blog post, I wrote about AV/IT convergence as a kind of wave — a trend that businesses like Biamp can neither control nor change, but can continue to ride successfully if we remain savvy about changes to distribution channels and trends in technology. Perhaps because I used to be a surfer many years […]

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Post-ISE Thoughts

Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on another ISE, I’m realizing that, despite the history of the show, this year seemed to be an entirely new show, for a few reasons.  As you probably read, “a 17% increase in attendance figures has seen Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) achieve the strongest performance of its […]

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The Unique AV Requirements of Courts – Leading The Way In Convergence

I love meeting with customers in the court market.  Let me offer a caveat to that and say that I don’t have a favorite type of client, but I’m always impressed by the willingness of courts to adopt the newest in AV technology for their courtrooms and courthouses. Nearly everyone these days is being tasked […]

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Reinventing Yourself in the World of Convergence

The AV industry has seen many changes and innovations come along throughout the years. From the development of digital signal processing to protocol innovations such as AVB, these technological breakthroughs have heralded the biggest and most important change of all: the convergence of AV and IT. This change means adopting new ways of doing business […]

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