In June, TEECOM’s Director of Research, Alex Serriere, had the pleasure of presenting ‘Buildings: The Ultimate Smartphone Accessory’ at KA Connect 2014, where he introduced TEECOM’s vision for the ideal role of building’s in the future.
Ever wonder what the largest hospital in the nation looks like under construction? I Stand for Parkland has created a video tour of the New Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas that takes you behind the scenes of this 3,300,000 sf hospital campus.
Watch Mark Spindler, TEECOM’s VoIP Systems Engineer, illustrate how the future of VoIP is delivered through seamless integration between the cellular network and the Wi-Fi network on an integrated enterprise technology infrastructure.
The Opinion of Probable Construction Cost (OPCC) document is utilized to identify the technology budget needed to support the shared technology vision of a given project, articulated by the owner and design team.
David Marks, TEECOM CEO, explores a transformative paradigm shift within the built environment: from passive buildings, to buildings that engage us directly. From discovering the location of assets (whether people, a conference room, or a desk for a couple of hours) to simply launching a presentation (based upon location) in user friendly manner – the way in which we live, work, play, and inspire within buildings is changing.
TEECOM’s Director of Network Engineering, Bob Fluegge, examines a new class of HDMI extenders and their use in the built environment. Bob reviews the test results of three HDMI extender products, which include the Gefen TTV-WHD-1080P, Intelix Skyplay-HD, and SoundTube WLL-TX1.