Leading AV Players to Participate in Whitlock AV Convergence in Durham
Whitlock, a provider of AV integration, video conferencing solutions and managed services, announced that Polycom, Cisco, Lifesize and Vidyo are participating at Whitlock's AV convergence showcase in Durham.
These AV players are looking at reaching new clients. At the Durham event, major companies will share information on the latest capabilities of their product lines, and the positive ROI's offered to customers.
“Our show attendees can expect to gain important knowledge on all of the latest converging AV and IT products, from immersive telepresence and mobile solutions to streaming and interactive whiteboards,” said Michael Dennis, executive vice president, Whitlock, in a statement. “Our goal is to bring together a relevant cross-section of the top technologies and specialists to help make these complex decisions easier.”
Thanks to the participation of major players, Whitlock's Convergence show usually attracts more than 400 regional AV and IT professionals. Other major participating manufacturers at the event include AMX, Biamp, Christie, Crestron, Epson, Extron, Haivision, NEC, Sharp, SMART, Sony and others, according to company officials.
Recently, Whitlock announced that it was designated as a TelePresence Video Master Authorized Technology Partner (ATP) and a Premier Certified Cisco channel partner with Express Foundation Specialization.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell