PORTLAND, OR—Audinate has expanded its U.S. headquarters located in Portland, OR. The new facility will now also house its training and support center. “Our new training center provides our OEM customers a comprehensive support system and is a reflection of the significant growth we’re experiencing,” said Lee Ellison, CEO of Audinate. “We are also pleased to announce that Brad Price has been appointed as senior technical solution manager.”
Price comes to Audinate with an extensive background in audio engineering, music performance, and software product development.
Almo Honored By Samsung
PHILADELPHIA, PA—Almo Professional A/V has been named Samsung Electronics America ITD Division’s “Specialty Distributor of the Year.” The award was presented to Almo Professional A/V during Samsung’s Fourth Annual Innovation Jam 2010 Customer Appreciation Event, which took place in conjunction with InfoComm 2010. Almo Professional A/V received the award just a few hours after its own celebration event, held to mark the one-year anniversary of the company formation.
Presentation Products Launches New Site
NEW YORK, NY—Presentation Products recently launched its new brand identity and customer-focused website. “Technology is changing everyday,” said president and CEO, Orin Knopp. “As a technology company, we wanted our brand and website to reflect the changing nature of trade and the strides we have made in satisfying our customers. During this process, we listened to our customers and created a new website design that, in many ways, reflected their feedback.”
VMP Moves Into Larger Facility
STEVENSVILLE, MD—Video Mount Products has moved into a larger facility: 345 Log Canoe Circle, Stevensville, MD, 21666. VMP’s phone number remains the same.
“As our staff and product lines continue to expand, we quickly outgrew our former facility, so we needed additional warehouse and office space,” explained Keith Fulmer, president of VMP. “As a result of the move, VMP’s customers will continue to enjoy quick turn around on all orders even as we continue to grow our core business nationwide and throughout Canada.”
ST. PAUL, MN—Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN has selected Christie LW400 and LX400 LCD projectors to upgrade its campus AV technology. Northwestern College installed twelve Christie projectors in classrooms and meeting rooms, with two more projectors rotating among event spaces. The school purchased the projectors from Christie integrator Alpha Video in nearby Edina and plans to eventually upgrade all classrooms and campus facilities with Christie.