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3/19/2013

SUDBURY, Mass. — March 19, 2013 — As Revolabs Inc. previews its next-generation FLX platform at Enterprise Connect 2013, the company also revealed that Cisco® has selected Revolabs to develop its latest IP conference phone, which is debuting at this year’s show and is the first product on the market using this platform.

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3/15/2013

During my career, I’ve often heard that “putting skin in the game” is the key ingredient to making a relationship successful.  While many people believe this somewhat painful sounding phrase is tied to team sports, Warren Buffett actually referred to "skin" meaning equity and "the game", as the investment.  I get it.  I think most do to some level.  In today’s rollercoaster economy and ever changing competitive market though, it seems that Buffet’s example of shared equity and investment has unfortunately shifted somewhat into a one-sided expectation for some resellers and manufacturers, and this behavior is becoming more and more tolerated by both.

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3/8/2013

Are you an Infocomm International Certified Technology Specialist? Do you also have your CTS-I (Installation) or CTS-D (Design) certificate? According to Infocomm's website, CTS certifications are awarded for a period of three years. To maintain your certification, you must complete minimum levels of continuing education during each three year period and must reaffirm your commitment to the CTS Code of Ethics and Conduct.  Meeting the renewal requirements for certification demonstrates your ongoing efforts to enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to do your job correctly, and ethically.

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3/1/2013

After a great Olympics and Paralympics in London this year the final stages draw of the Digital Dividend Review (DDR) conclude.

What is the DDR and how will it affect the use of wireless microphones?

The DDR was launched by OFCOM and the UK government to decide how to manage and then sell off parts of the radio spectrum for use with the Digital Switch Over (DSO) for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) and Mobile Data Services for the 4G Spectrum.

The key area for concern for Radio Microphone users is the sell off of Channel 69. The frequency range for this part of the spectrum is 854-862 MHz. If you are operating a radio mic in this frequency range you are likely to experience interference as the 4G network rolls out. This is not a UK only issue. All European territories work on the same frequency range so the roll-out of the 4G networks are happening at similar times. In the UK you should contact OFCOM for further details. For other European areas you should refer to your own National Frequency Control organisations.

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