Atlona will become part of Panduit’s Enterprise business group.

Electrical manufacturer Panduit Corp., Tinley Park, IL, has acquired global audio-video equipment manufacturer Atlona, San Jose, CA.

Atlona designs and develops products for a diverse range of commercial and residential AV and IT markets worldwide, including education, business, government, entertainment and healthcare. Atlona’s product categories include networked AV, signal distribution, wireless collaboration and AV system automation.

The Atlona team will join Panduit’s Enterprise business group, and will continue to serve customers from Atlona’s global headquarters in San Jose for all sales, customer support, and training related inquiries.

“Atlona has been at the forefront in developing cutting-edge AV technology that embraces the full potential of the convergence of AV and network infrastructure,” said Dennis Renaud, president and CEO of Panduit. “Their industry-leading solutions complement Panduit’s extensive physical infrastructure portfolio, which will allow us to offer customersa quality end-to-end solution as they move to increasingly complex network infrastructure systems.” 

Ilya Khayn, Atlona CEO adds, “There are strong synergies between our companies including a culture of providing innovative, high-quality, customer-driven products, along with outstanding customer support capabilities. This partnership will ultimately provide our market channels with a single-source solution and expand our footprint globally.”


QTerminals announced that it has received approval to design, develop and operate Phase II (Container Terminal 2) of Hamad Port. The announcement comes as a major boost for the expansion of Hamad Port, which has become Qatar’s gateway to the world trade in a short span of time.

“QTerminals is pleased to announce that it has received approval to design, develop and operate Phase II (Container Terminal 2) of Hamad Port,” said QTerminals in a tweet.

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The Index Qatar exhibition and conference concluded yesterday following three days of bringing the world’s design and fit-out industry together in Qatar and hosting a thought leadership conference which focused on sustainability.

The exhibition attracted 4,500 attendees from across all sectors of Qatari society — from interior designers and architects to project managers, importers and distributors – across the full spectrum of retail, hospitality, residential and commercial design, as well as the general public, said a release.

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