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CRESTRON ASIA SHIPS DMPS3: NEW DIGITALMEDIA PRESENTATION SYSTEM

CRESTRON ASIA SHIPS DMPS3: NEW DIGITALMEDIA PRESENTATION SYSTEM

Crestron Asia is now shipping its new DigitalMedia Presentation System (DMPS3-300-C-AEC), a complete HD presentation control and signal routing solution for boardrooms, video-conference rooms, and classrooms. With a built-in Crestron 3-Series Control System, acoustic echo cancellation, and onboard SIP and POTS dialers, this model is an ideal solution for multimedia presentations and videoconferencing in large
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September 8, 2015 News

CRESTRON DEMONSTRATIONS

CRESTRON DEMONSTRATIONS

Pivotal new releases on the Crestron booth include the industry’s only 4K/60 switching and scaling technology with live demonstrations of the company’s new 4K DigitalMedia receiver and room controller with scaling, which allows any source, including HDCP 2.2 content, to be routed to any display including 4K/60 and 2K/60 displays. The new DM-RMC-4K-Scaler-C (pictured) is
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June 19, 2015 Products

CRESTRON SHIPPING RL 2 CODEC

CRESTRON SHIPPING RL 2 CODEC

Crestron’s second generation RL 2 previewed at ISE 2015 is a group collaboration solution combining Crestron hardware with Microsoft’s Lync server-based software. RL 2 enables real-time group collaboration on conference room displays rather than on personal laptops, and incorporates video, voice, interactive content sharing, presence, and chat from one touch screen interface. RL 2 offers
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April 8, 2015 Products

CRESTRON 4K CERTIFICATION FOR ONELAN NTB

CRESTRON 4K CERTIFICATION FOR ONELAN NTB

Onelan’s NTB-4K-1000-P/NTB-4K-2000-P Net-Top-Box models have been recognised as Crestron 4K Certified devices. This makes Onelan the only manufacturer with two certified source devices among the growing Crestron list. The certification programme ensures compatibility with Crestron’s 4K distribution systems, and acknowledges the quality and reliability of playback delivered by the NTB models: “Our engineers in the
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February 27, 2015 Products

CRESTRON COMMITS TO ANZ

CRESTRON COMMITS TO ANZ

Text:/ Jen Temm Crestron Electronics has announced it will have a direct presence in Australia and New Zealand from 1 July 2015, opening new offices in the region to handle all sales, marketing, training and support programmes. The only exception will be the Crestron Pyng range of home automation solutions, which will continue to be distributed
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February 24, 2015 Companies

SCALING AHEAD

SCALING AHEAD

Crestron has leapt ahead of the curve at ISE 2015 with the industry’s first 4K/60Hz scaler, which converts any resolution and frame rate to any other resolution and frame rate up to 4096×2160 at 60Hz. Other exhibitors at ISE touted similar products but these won’t be seen before InfoComm US in June. “What makes this
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February 18, 2015 Innovations

CRESTRON APPOINTS FORMER CEDIA DIRECTOR

CRESTRON APPOINTS FORMER CEDIA DIRECTOR

With a focus on expanding and supporting its residential dealer network, Crestron has appointed industry veteran Stephen Miller to the position of Business Development Manager – Residential, for Australia and New Zealand. Miller, a former executive director of CEDIA Asia Pacific, has an extensive background in the residential sector and “will leverage his experience to
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February 16, 2015 People

EXTRON, CRESTRON SETTLE PATENT LAWSUIT

EXTRON, CRESTRON SETTLE PATENT LAWSUIT

Extron Electronics has announced the settlement of its patent infringement lawsuit against Crestron Electronics. The lawsuit, filed in June 2014, alleged willful infringement of Extron patents related to the company’s Retractor product line.  The settlement includes a cash payment to Extron, and a requirement for Crestron to withdraw its prior cable retractor models from the market
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February 10, 2015 Companies

UPDATING THE ARCHIVES

UPDATING THE ARCHIVES

The National Film & Sound Archive, Australia hosts 30,000 school kids a year. Now, after a $2m upgrade to the NFSA’s theatrette, they’re finally paying attention. Text and Images:/ Mark Davie It’s just a little embarrassing when every presentation in the theatrette at the nation’s central repository of cinema and television history begins with the
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January 21, 2015 Projects

CRESTRON OFFERS COMPLETE 4K LINE

CRESTRON OFFERS COMPLETE 4K LINE

The world is adopting 4K at breakneck speed, rendering 2K technology obsolete just as rapidly according to Crestron. “There’s simply no point in purchasing 2K technology any longer,” says the company’s chief technology officer Fred Bargetzi. “Additionally, we’re seeing more and more higher resolution devices, such as 2560×1440 output from Apple laptops, which require more
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January 19, 2015 Products