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The only UC and AV all-in-one tabletop solution.Read More
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Control any room, the entire home or facility, conveniently from any of our beautiful, stylish touch screen or remote control.Read More
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While it may take years of development time before we can get a new physical product in your hands – picking components, designing circuits, writing firmware, and manufacturing hardware before it goes on a truck to you – our software development teams can ship XiO Cloud® service updates large and small every few days and have it arrive instantly when you open your web browser. Those differences don’t end with the engineering and manufacturing process – they extend all the way to how we make it possible for you to try and buy our products. That’s why we’re excited to tell you how we’re making it easier to get XiO Cloud into your hands.
Learn how Crestron and Cisco products come together as a solution to resolve the most common AV challenges. Crestron enables simple set-up and configuration for room control via a Cisco Touch 10 – offering you an efficient solution that requires no custom programming and no major upheaval.
The guest connection experience has been a hot topic since the dedicated AirMedia presentation systems, the AM-200/300 launched. Previously the recommended solution to support a guest use-case was to have a separated VLAN with one-way port communications, but now we have a new option. Enter Guest Access Mode for the AM-200/300: another way to enable seamless guest presentation.
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a year full of twists and turns, and one thing that this year has guaranteed is change. Over the past several years, I have watched our industry start to adapt and focus more on wellness in the home. As a result of the global pandemic, this year has brought an even greater focus on the topic of wellness technology and the value it can bring to our industry and clients. After recently attending Crestron NEXT and the CEDIA Virtual Expo, it was clear that Crestron’s technology and many others have changed for the better. Crestron has brought wellness technology to the places that clients are spending more time in than ever before, their homes.
The “smart” revolution began several years ago with smartphones (a.k.a phones) and has extended in recent years to thermostats, doorbells, alarm systems, and kitchen appliances. Smart devices are so ubiquitous that the term “smart” is overused to the point that it is almost meaningless. Companies are eager to jump on the bandwagon and claim their products are “smart,” and consumers proudly claim they have a smart home because they have lighting control. Misconceptions about smart homes are prevalent and create confusion in the marketplace. This can have deleterious effects on businesses and under serve consumers. Here are seven of the most popular misconceptions about smart homes.