All In VIA
Former VIA member Cyber Technology Group in Scottsdale, Ariz., uses Access Networks as its networking foundation for 100 projects per year to establish fast turnaround time for deployment, reduce service calls and sell preventive maintenance agreements.
Jason Knott · February 1, 2017
The closing of high-end home technology group VIA International left a void in the Bay Area market. AVDG, expanding from commercial to residential projects, steps in.
Jason Knott · November 9, 2016
In a tale worthy of Six Degrees of Separation, the principals at AudioVisions and D-Tools have intertwined experiences ranging from Best Buy to VIA International that eventually led to new joint venture software development agreement.
Jason Knott · January 28, 2016
Home automation standards, low-voltage DC power distribution, IoT at retail and the demise of VIA International grabbed CE Pro page views in 2015.
Julie Jacobson · December 30, 2015
From the demise of VIA International to the launch of Amazon Echo, CE Pro highlights some of the most important home-tech happenings of 2015. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
Julie Jacobson · December 24, 2015
VIA Scottsdale completed a retrofit project which includes solutions from Savant, Lutron, IC Realtime, Samsung, Marantz, Sharp, Sonance and Leon Speakers. Its automated features even include scent machines.
Arlen Schweiger · June 2, 2015
VIA Los Angeles completed a retrofit project on a 1,500-square-foot condo with a 84-inch 4K TV, Crestron keypads, Lutron shading, and more.
Arlen Schweiger · May 18, 2015
CE Pro’s Julie Jacobson thinks VIA International will be the first national home technology installation company for the luxury market; this isn’t Signature Media Group.
Julie Jacobson · August 29, 2013