DALLAS, TX (April 18, 2012) — AVTEQ, Inc., a leading manufacturer of videoconferencing carts and furniture, announces its new TeamSpaceTM product. AVTEQ’s unique workstation is a one-of-a-kind, freestanding collaboration center engineered to provide a productive workspace, even in the midst of an open-air environment like many call centers or other cubicle settings.
A/V integrators will appreciate the way TeamSpace combines table space, screen mounting system, equipment storage and videoconferencing camera shelf into one unit — all for an extremely competitive price. The unit can also appeal to the aesthetics of any office building because customers can customize the color and wood laminate details to match existing design elements.
AVTEQ currently builds TeamSpace to standard desktop height (29”), but will be releasing a Café height (39”) version soon. All units come well appointed with features like 20 total rack units of equipment storage, adjustable videoconferencing camera shelf, and plenty of ventilation to maximize airflow.
TeamSpace from AVTEQ answers the rising need for unified communication and makes for an excellent solution for changing workplace environments. To get a closer look at TeamSpace or other AVTEQ products, go to http://avteq.twoinitials.com/shop/teamspace. For more information, contact Karen Cook at 1-800-285-8315.
Karen Cook, Marketing Director
About AVTEQ, Inc.
AVTEQ, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, is the largest manufacturer of videoconferencing carts in the A/V furniture industry. The company is regarded for cost-efficient, all-inclusive products that do not require accessories and upgrades to be practical and efficient. AVTEQ has become the preferred choice of hundreds of Global 1000 and Fortune 500 clients because of unmatched quality, service and product innovation. It stocks a full line of A/V and digital signage support products, as well as custom develops and designs solutions for unique videoconferencing, business, and retail applications. AVTEQ is a HUBZone certified firm and holds several GSA contracts, which allows the manufacturer’s videoconferencing cart and mount products, as well as furniture, to be sold to federal buyers.