Crestron Unveils George Feldstein Technology Center
Crestron unveiled the George Feldstein Technology Center last week with speeches from President and CEO Dan Feldstein (George Feldstein’s son) and COO Dan Brady. The building, located at 22 Link Drive, has been renamed to honor George Feldstein, who founded Crestron over 50 years ago and paved the way for Crestron’s growth. The company said his legacy of innovation and curiosity are key pillars that continue to drive the company today, especially among the engineering teams that will call the George Feldstein Technology Center home.
The George Feldstein Technology Center is where Crestron’s engineers are housed. Crestron said, in the release, that “within the walls of the George Feldstein Research Center, hundreds of engineers work diligently every day to bring leading-edge audio, video and smart control technologies to market. The building houses several development labs that host the most sophisticated engineering tools, equipping Crestron engineers with the best resources to develop hardware, software, firmware and cloud infrastructure solutions that shape the modern workplace and smart homes.”
“The George Feldstein Technology Center enables an incubation of ideas and collaboration amongst our engineers that flows directly to the benefit of our customers,” said Dan Feldstein. “Within this facility, the character of our company is alive with teams dedicated to adapting to the problems of today and creating new technology solutions that make a difference in the lives of our customers.”
The George Feldstein Technology Center empowers Crestron engineers to reimagine and improve upon how the world works, learns and lives. In partnership with the world’s leading technology companies, Crestron is in leading commercial, educational, government and entertainment organizations as well as in some of the world’s most luxurious homes. With more than 300 new products in development annually, Crestron is dedicated to continuing to drive the industry forward by pioneering trends in workplace and luxury residential technology.