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ResiWeek 434: Cables, Not Congresswomen

The video version of this episode can be found here.

The Password Is (Not) Swordfish

We’re only a week away from InfoComm 2024, but there’s still time to check out the latest news and stories for the residential AV space. Joining us this week is Ian Bryant from IES Communications and Arlen Schweiger of CE Pro.

We start off talking about AOC- Not the New York congresswoman, but Active Optical Cables. We also attempt to avoid making a PIN number problem with AOC cables, but no promises there. Where do these AOC solutions belong within a market already set on using HDMI and other ‘standard’ cables?

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We return to the discussion of showrooms, this time using high-end showrooms to make tech relatable for customers. Is this something that’s only attainable for the big-time manufacturer? Discussing the best ways to show the potential of solutions to customers.

The UK has introduced new security standards for IoT and smart devices. One of the major changes is an elimination of simple passwords. Though the US has been working on the Cyber Trust Mark for IoT security, could there be things from these practices to take a cue from?

Finally, Josh.AI has new sales tools for dealers. We look at what this means for dealers and integrators moving forward.

Host: Matt Scott
Links to sources: Notes:
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