DALLAS, TX, June 16, 2011 — AVTEQ, Inc., a leading manufacturer of videoconferencing carts and mounts, today announced the launch of the newest generation telemedicine cart. Responding to the specific requirements of medical clinics and office tending to remote patient care, the flexible, feature-rich TMP-800 joins AVTEQ’s extensive multimedia equipment menu of high-performance videoconferencing products.

“We have listened to customer feedback carefully and responded with the TMP-800 for the telemedicine market,” said Wes Burkett, vice president of sales and business development for AVTEQ. “This state-of-the-art cart successfully combines the highest-demand features in the most economical package offered on the market today.”

Expanding our product portfolio of customized solutions for the telemedicine vertical market, the TMP-800 delivers a flexible, robust telemedicine cart with ample storage, electronically adjustable height, and a swiveling work surface—all in a compact, mobile footprint.

While AVTEQ stocks a full line of videoconferencing support products, the company has carved out a niche for customizing solutions for their customers. AVTEQ owns and operates an in-house manufacturing facility and has product design engineers on staff. The company routinely customizes products for specific needs and develops new products to meet more unique requirements.

About AVTEQ, Inc.
AVTEQ, Inc., Located in Dallas, Texas, is the largest manufacturer of videoconferencing carts in the industry and 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. AVTEQ 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 to be sold to federal buyers.

Visit us at InfoComm11 in Orlando (Booth #1789) to see the TMP-800.