Category archive: Technology

Keyssa is at the Center of the LED Video Wall Explosion

By Steve Venuti
VP Marketing, Keyssa

Mention the words “LED Video Wall” to anyone at Keyssa, and their eyes will light up. The LED video wall market is at that rocket ship point of inflection where price, market need, and enabling technology are all empowering entirely new uses cases for a world where stunning displays will be everywhere — from the sides of buildings to lobby walls to conference rooms and ultimately, to the walls of your home. And Keyssa’s wireless connector, quite literally, is at the center of all this.

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Which of These Connectors is about to Fail?

By Steve Venuti
VP Marketing, Keyssa

ISE (Integrated Systems Europe): Why February is Keyssa’s Favorite Month

It’s cold, it’s gray, it’s wet…but it’s also where 80,000 AV and professional systems integrators gather at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) to get a glimpse of the future of the global AV industry. And for Keyssa, it’s validation that we have hit the center of the “pain point” bullseye by addressing one of the most fundamental challenges of the exploding LED video wall market. The mechanical connector.

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Pogo Pins: A 40-Year-Old Technology

Guest Blog Post
David Pheteplace, Senior VP, Bishop & Associates

One of the older, widely used contacts, the pogo pin, has long established itself as a reliable and trustworthy technology for many applications. Named after the pogo stick toy over forty years ago, this golden spring-loaded contact has played a vital role in making temporary connections, usually for electronic testing, since it was first created.

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The Google Chromebook: Underdog No More

By Jason Zhang, Marketing

This past quarter, for the first time ever, tech giant and industry leader Apple finally suffered its first loss in sales against none other than the Google Chromebook. Analyst firm IDC released data detailing that in the most recent quarter, sales of Google Chromebooks in the U.S. have surpassed those of Macs by a whopping 37% (Apple Insider).

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Hit the Road, Jack

By Steve Venuti, VP Strategic Solutions

Apple is booting the headphone jack for good…or so it is rumored:

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Where is the PC Going?

By Jason Zhang, Marketing

It comes as a little surprise to many that the personal computer is gradually starting to lose its footing as the main player in the computing market. With new and developing technologies offering more innovative and efficient solutions, the PC has slowly begun to phase out of consumers’ most wanted devices. According to research outfit IDC, the PC market has recently suffered its “biggest decline in history.”

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