COMM-TEC now offers Webinars in English for professional dealers and systems integrators

Important know-how for your daily business from professionals directly on your desktop!

Webinars at COMM-TEC
(PresseBox) ( Uhingen, )
COMM-TEC, Europe’s leading distribution partner for professional AV solutions, has been offering webinars for professional dealers and system integrators on a regular basis since January. In these concise 45-minute sessions we impart know-how for project planning and technical sales in the Pro-AV field.

The issues covered by the webinars are determined by current technological trends, issues, products and market demands, and are presented every 4 weeks.

We now offer Webinars in English for our customers and interested dealers from abroad.

COMM-TEC uses the Adobe Connect Pro Platform with low requirements for bandwidth and PC hardware. The participant is able not only to watch and listen but also to communicate directly with the speaker and ask questions using the chat function.

The advantages of Webinars are clear: No costs, no travel expenses, low time investment of 45 minutes. All that is required for participation is a PC with an internet connection and speaker or earphones.

The first Webinar in English will take place on May 18, 2011:

AV-Signals over IP Network:
Uwe Röddinger explains the technological basis of streaming
high-definition AV signals over standard IP networks and shows
how to realize point-to-point and point-to-Multi-Point applications.

For early birds:
18.05.2011, 09:30 - 10:15

For late risers:
18.05.2011, 17:00 - 17:45

Free registration:
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