All In Fiber
Do all sheep lie? That is the question as integrators are once again installing lower quality 4K/60 products incapable of handling 18Gbps, after the announcement of HDMI 2.1.
Jeff Boccaccio · April 25, 2017
Metra Home Theater and Cleerline Technology answered dealers questions about HDMI 2.1 on a recent CE Pro webinar. Here’s a little post-webinar Q&A with Metra’s Brent McCall.
Robert Archer · March 03, 2017
CE Pro presents the Top 5 trends for home-technology integrators to watch for 2017: voice control for home automation, virtual reality and augmented reality, device discovery and data collection, new models in tech deployment, and fiber in the home.
Julie Jacobson · February 15, 2017
What happens when an HDMI cable boasts 18Gbps but can’t fight its way out of 10.2Gbps? Let’s sort through the question of HDMI speed once and for all.
Jeff Boccaccio · December 15, 2016
Fiber, copper or a hybrid? Nine times out of 10, fiber’s performance will surpass copper by a huge margin. DPL Labs’ Jeff Boccaccio spells out some bacis factors when it comes to running fiber.
Jeff Boccaccio · November 25, 2016
Virtual and augmented reality, IoT device discovery and data collection, voice control and other emerging smart-home UIs, millennials and new business models, and a return to prewiring are key home-technology trends for 2017.
Julie Jacobson · November 22, 2016
Tributaries Cable’s new active fiber HDMI solution supports today’s state-of-the-art formats, including 4K with HDR and 10-bit color distances up to 98 feet.
Robert Archer · October 26, 2016
Future Ready Solutions brings together a Dream Team of connectivity experts from Cleerline Technology Group, Kordz, Celerity, Transparent Audio and others to assist technologists with wire, cable and fiber solutions.
Jason Knott · August 26, 2016
Distributed exclusively through PowerHouse Alliance, new TiniFiber is wrapped in Kevlar and itty bitty stainless steel coils that shield fiber-optic cabling from breakage.
Julie Jacobson · April 23, 2016
As the interface demands more bandwidth, integrators need to invest in robust and reliable transmission lines. Fiber-optic cable, an active cable product, is slowly becoming a bigger player for long-distance applications.
Jeff Boccaccio · March 16, 2016