Vote for AVTEQ’s Slimline Pedestal for Most Innovative Equipment Rack/AV Furniture Product
DALLAS, TX – AVTEQ Inc., the largest manufacturer of videoconferencing carts in the A/V furniture industry, announced its Slimline Pedestal is a finalist in the 2013 InfoComm Installation Product Award. This year’s product awards will showcase the most innovative commercial AV products of 2013 in 15 distinct categories. AVTEQ’s Slimline Pedestal is a finalist in the Most Innovative Equipment Rack/AV Furniture Product category. Voting is open until May 3, 2103.
The Slimline Pedestal, introduced in June 2012, has a sleek, space-saving design with up to 3RU of vertical storage. The pedestal is designed to accommodate the audiovisual components needed to support everything from a small collaborative workspace to a high-functioning teleconference boardroom. It is the sister to the Communications Pedestal, which took home the award in the same category in 2012.
“We are honored to have our Slimline Pedestal as a finalist for this years’ SCN InfoComm Installation Product Award,” stated Aaron Rubner, VP Sales of AVTEQ.
Voting for this year’s awards is open until May 3, 2013. Be sure to vote for AVTEQ’s Slimline Pedestal at http://nbmedia.wufoo.com/forms/2013-scninfocomm-installation-product-awards/.
The winners will be revealed at a ceremony at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, FL.
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.