Kramer Electronics Acquires Wow Vision For Solution and Technology Growth


Kramer Electronics announced the acquisition of Wow Vision, a wireless collaboration software development company. Wow Vision’s team of software engineers will join Kramer to strengthen the company’s R&D capacity and accelerate growth in the strategic areas of networked software-based solutions, collaboration, unified communication and cloud technologies. “We are incredibly excited that Wow Vision and its […]

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Acquisition Summer: Some Thoughts on the Latest Goings-on in the World of Commercial AV


Greetings, friends and followers! My apologies for the various obligations (professional and personal), side-projects, and secret adventures which have kept me away from these pages for the past week. After a weekend off the grid at an undisclosed location I’m refreshed and ready to dive into all of the news in AV-land on this, the […]

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Kramer Purchases 50 Percent Stake in WOW Vision


Kramer announced today that it has acquired 50 percent of WOW Vision, a Singapore-based manufacturer of wireless and collaboration products for the corporate, hospitality meeting spaces and education markets. Its products enable wireless connection to, and the sharing of, large screen displays from laptops and mobile devices, offering efficient two-way collaboration. rAVe founder Gary Kayye […]

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Top-10 Tour Feature #2: WOW Vision Collab8 (Booth 2870)


Over this week, we’ll be previewing all the rAVe Top-10 Tour Winners. Each product highlighted, will be on rAVe’s 2nd Annual Top-10 Tour at InfoComm. The rAVe Top-10 Tour is NOT a “pay for play” tour or product preview (like MOST AV publications do). These 10 products were selected from over 70 submissions from InfoComm […]

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2010 rAVe Best of InfoComm Awards: Best Potential New Technology (tie)


WOW Vision’s VEOS. Although not ready for prime time yet (our demo included a handful of glitches), WOW Vision understands the future of meeting rooms. Basically, it’s a wireless server that allows anyone on the network to connect and present (stream) whatever he wants via Wi-Fi to a connected projector (totally wireless). It’s overpriced, at […]

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