Atlona In the News
Atlona's Adam Griffin (Regional Sales Manager, Northeast USA) contributes to the latest avnetwork.com article for videoconferencing and streaming. In the article, he discusses the latest technology standards for working and learning from home.
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN, is a state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility seating over 67,000 fans with a retractable roof. Originally opened in 2008 as the new home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, its flexible design can also accommodate NCAA basketball, corporate events, concerts, and more.
AVNetwork caught up with Panduit’s vice president of enterprise business Tom Kelly, Atlona’s CEO Ilya Khayn, and Atlona's marketing director Garth Lobban to find out how the deal has benefitted both companies one year after Panduit's acquisition of Atlona.
Dr. Gregory Mirsky, OmniStream product manager, discusses VR in commercial, education and medical applications in Installation Magazine. Also discussed is Atlona’s groundbreaking VR over IP demonstration using OmniStream proves its ability to support virtual reality resolutions with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
The All-IP meeting space architecture overcomes the limitations of legacy wired audiovisual systems in favor of optimal flexibility, simplified integration and infinite scalability available through a facility’s existing data networking infrastructure.
In Germany, citizens must be trained in first aid as a prerequisite to obtaining a driver’s licence, and many occupations also require employees to take such courses. The German Red Cross (Deutsches Rotes Kreuz) offers first aid training to the public in many cities across the country.
Bringing all of the integration-friendly features of its larger UHD-CAT Series siblings to smaller AV distribution applications, the new 1x2 UHD-CAT-2 is available immediately and will make its exhibition debut in stand 5-U120 at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2019 show.