Interactive Presentation

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Territory education organization wanted to upgrade an existing classroom A/V system within its School of Business. The room’s existing rudimentary system consisted of two projectors, one of which was connected to a computer and the other to a visualizer.To keep up with the growing technology needs and expectations of faculty and students, the university needed to add additional sources and displays to the 100-workstation lecture room. The university, which uses the room primarily for computer instruction, also wanted a system that would have the flexibility to grow in the future without requiring major modifications.
For increased reliability, the Atlona matrix provides the redundant power supplies, making it particularly suited to commercial/institutional applications. “The school also liked that the Atlona products came with a 10-year warranty. They felt we were looking out for their long term interest.”