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        Exclusive: Crestron, Logitech Leaders Discuss Their New Partnership

        In a bold stride toward Crestron president and CEO Randy Klein’s vision of a new, truly converged AV-IT industry, the company has partnered with Logitech to bring its conferencing devices into the Crestron ecosystem. According to Klein, the partnership is a formal acknowledgement of the expansion of unified communication offerings already being carried out by their customers. 
         

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        CE Pro

        Integrators Boost Revenue, Efficiency Using Crestron Home

        Three veteran integrators found moving from traditional Crestron systems to Crestron Home OS 3 to be a breeze and significantly improved the simplicity of running their businesses.
         

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        AV Technology

        Rising AV Star Connor Bright of SentryOne Talks Tech Management

        According to Bright, there’s a standard setup for huddle rooms, booths, conference rooms, and the training center, and everything is based around the Microsoft Teams Room platform and Crestron technology.
         

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        CE Pro

        Crestron, Alexa Deliver Smart Controls in Veteran’s ‘Hero Home’

        Local builder, installer BAM’s Complete AV and Crestron Eagles Program assist to present disabled veteran with smart home in Texas.
         

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        TechTarget

        IoT devices push to move the workplace to the cloud

        The workplace is not what it was five years ago. Today’s modern office is filled with new gadgets and technologies that are all connected to the internet, where an abundance of data is collected and shared non-stop. From computers and desk phones to room panels and lobby displays, businesses are making the move to IoT devices in the workplace not only to enhance productivity and operations, but to enable efficient communications as well.
         

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        Engadget.com

        Crestron's new smart home OS is made for ballers with multiple houses

        Crestron, like other high-end home automation companies, is in a tough spot -- how does it stay relevant when anyone with connected devices and some know-how can replicate much of its wizardry? By offering software that's harder to match, apparently. The company has introduced Crestron Home OS 3, a revamped version of its platform that combines a modern, streamlined interface with the deep integration of Crestron's tech. You'll find a fresh layout with easier access to common functions, "dynamic, intuitive" display features, icons for quick access to favorites and personalization that uses photos to represent rooms.
         

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        TIME Magazine

        What Will Smart Homes Look Like 10 Years From Now?

        Developments in artificial intelligence, robotics, and sensors are making houses and apartments smarter than ever.
         

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        Commercial Integrator

        Internships in AV Can Be Successful, Crestron Proves It

        The Crestron internship program has 65 young professionals working in various roles – each of which is a candidate to spread the word about AV career opportunities. 
         

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        Commercial Integrator

        Esports is the Future of AV

        Savvy AV integrators are learning as much as they can about the billion-dollar esports industry — before their competitors do. Colleges, universities and even high schools all over the country are building esports arenas and awarding scholarships to students. St. John’s University is a college with an impressive esports presence, and knowing that lag time was of premium importance in sports competitions, Crestron NVX system serves as the heart of the St. John’s installation. 
         

        AV Technology

        Uber's Cloud

        More than a year ago, Uber tested Crestron’s XiO Cloud before its official release. “We needed an enterprise management tool, and XiO was able to check off a lot of boxes.” One of the most attractive features of XiO was its ability to remotely deploy and manage Uber’s Crestron Mercury and Crestron touchpanels to 40 Zoom Rooms in primary locations around the world. “XiO Cloud allows us to connect a Mercury device or touchpanel without us needing to be there. It has allowed for a close to touchless deployment.”

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