As we reported yesterday,
Macs were in abundance at last week’s NAMM show. NAMM is the International Music Products Association, the organization that coordinates and supports the music retail business. They hold two shows a year — one in Anaheim, CA (the site of last week’s expo) and one in Nashville, TN.
The Anaheim show’s attendance was up slightly from last year. It was just over 65,400 attendees.
NAMM again relied upon Apple technologies for our trade show management needs,” Larry Herrmann, NAMM technology director, told MacCentral. “We used 36 iMacs, two G4 towers, and 12 PowerBooks for our staff, all running on an Airport network we established for the show. It all worked flawlessly.”