Booth 653 – Atlas IED has software-based, end point solutions that fit many form factors and needs. Their IPX and Globalcom series are the epitome of global enterprise, next generation ecosystems. These solutions also work with multiple head-in points to provide a better more streamlined end-user experience. Spokesman Michael Peveler notes that it’s time to think about enterprise settings beyond classrooms or huddle spaces. Atlas IED is also known for the true partnership we provide – we do training, certification, design and we’re launching a huge channel development program in September. In the booth they are giving a demonstration of several product scenarios in healthcare, education, corporate and in transportation. Since there are over 200 airports on the Atlas IED solution, it’s been proven out in the marketplace. Click here for more information on AV Nation about Atlas IED’s airport solution.
AV Nation’s Tim Albright asked Peveler about a rack system he’s heard about. Peveler explained the updated rack system puts dealer information into the rack in a way that it cannot be removed or altered. Since the core of the work is the rack, it’s important that the branding identifier remain., and until now there hasn’t been a viable solution for that problem.
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