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New Tigerpaw Software Focuses on User Experience

Tigerpaw Software has launched its new version 18 R3 and the company says that its latest update makes integrators’ daily activities easier.

Robert Archer · July 12, 2019

For Networking Geeks Only: Why Router-on-a-Stick is Good

Router-on-a-stick (inter-VLAN) routing scheme can be very beneficial for security and network troubleshooting, so why do so many home-tech integrators categorically dismiss it for standard Layer 3 switches?

Bjorn Jensen · July 11, 2019

Parks Associates: Consumers Have Major Concerns About Smart Home Privacy and Safety

A study from Park Associates says that consumers are overwhelmingly concerned about smart home security and privacy issues, and more than one-third of those polled had experienced a data security problem.

Robert Archer · July 09, 2019

Ideal Networks Tester Analyzes Cat 6 Cables in 7 Seconds

Ideal Networks LanTEK IV is a tester integrators can use to test copper and fiber cabling networks.

Robert Archer · July 05, 2019

When High-End Products Limit Low-End Results

According to Jeff Boccaccio, integrators that buy high-end products expecting them to be “better” can be left disappointed if the products are not properly tested.

Jeff Boccaccio · July 03, 2019

Spears & Munsil Benchmark Test Disc Provides an Affordable Way to Evaluate 4K HDR TVs

Spears & Munsil created specific test patterns from scratch to help integrators and end users diagnose the performance characteristics of UHD 4K TVs.

Robert Archer · July 02, 2019

RoseWater Energy Teams With Alpine Power Systems to Increase Its Consumer Accessibility

A newly formed partnership between RoseWater Energy and Alpine Power Systems provides RoseWater Energy customers with more resources such as more technicians and a higher level of customer support.

Robert Archer · June 28, 2019

Araknis Wireless Access Points Feature Wave 2 Technology

Araknis Networks 510 and 810-Series WAPs are designed to handle the growing number of IoT devices on the market.

Lisa Montgomery · June 25, 2019

Texas Bills Require Electrical License to Pull PoE [UPDATED]

Two bills in the Texas legislature would require any wiring carrying more than 50 watts to be pulled by a licensed electrician only. UPDATE: Both bills stuck in committee as Texas legislature adjourned.

Jason Knott · June 24, 2019

Midyear Report: SnapAV, Control4, Sonos, Atmos, Tuya Among Top 10 Most-Read Stories on CEPro.com

Top 10 most-read stories for the first half of 2019 relate to SnapAV and Control4 merger, Atmos demos, Sonos prices, Tuya (who?), Crestron Pyng, Wi-Fi as a home-automation standard and other IoT and A/V themes.

Julie Jacobson · June 19, 2019