Alloys launches Integrate Technology Division at CEDIA 11 Print Friendly Version Print Friendly
The newly developed Alloys Integrated Technology Division has just returned from a very successful CEDIA 11 show in Sydney. Melding Network Video, Security, Digital Entertainment and Home Automation was a natural evolution as the teams have worked closely previously and CEDIA 11 become the perfect launching pad for the new division into the Sydney and Australian market place.

It wasn't just structural changes debuting at CEDIA. The launch of the new modular selling approach proved very popular with end users and installers alike. Being able to split different product sets into modules enables consumers to install product sets they want with the advantage of adding further modules down the track.
Modules include:
  • Security Management
  • Energy Management
  • Entertainment
  • Access control & Intercom
  • Convenient Interfaces
  • IP Security
  • UPB Lighting
  • Communications & Networking
Alloys continue alliances with leading technology manufacturers HAI, Epson and QNAP all having product featured at CEDIA with the new modules.

Jay Correa, HAI's International Sales Manager travelled all the way from America for the show and lead two HAI workshops, Designing and Selling HAI Home Automation Systems. Jay has 15 years of HAI and automation market experience and was able to pass on valuable information and insight to everyone he spoke to.

The Alloys Integrated Technology Division travels later this week across the Tasman for the New Zealand CEDIA EXPO11 in Auckland.
News: 17/05/2011 12:10:31 PM