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BIAMP SYSTEMS OFFERS AV TRAINING SESSIONS AHEAD OF INFOCOMM MEXICO 2014
Posted on Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Commercial audio leader continues partnership with InfoComm to provide AV systems training to Spanish-speaking industry professionals

BEAVERTON, Oregon — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, will continue its partnership with InfoComm International by offering a third training session just prior to TecnoMultimedia InfoComm Mexico 2014. In an effort to help increase the number of trained AV professionals in Latin America, the course, held Aug. 18-20, will allow Biamp® partners to understand and troubleshoot the IT networks that support today’s unified AV systems.

“Our quarterly training sessions are designed to support Biamp’s Latin American integrators to design, implement, and troubleshoot large-scale commercial audio installations effectively,” said Ernesto Montañez, Area Manager, Central America at Biamp Systems. “With a focus on IT networks, the upcoming session will outline industry best practices and procedures to help AV professionals successfully complete the InfoComm certification program. These sessions are enormously popular, and we advise participants to register early since course seating will be limited.”

Ideal for integrators carrying Biamp audio solutions, the session will be presented in Spanish at the Mexico City office of Representaciones de Audio, Biamp Systems’ Mexican distribution partner. Limited to 10 attendees, the course is offered at a 50-percent discount to all channel partners and Mexican Biamp integrators. The training series’ fourth and final session will be held Nov. 27-29. 

For details and registration, attendees can contact Rodrigo Casassus Coke at latinamerica@infocomm.org or visit InfoComm online atwww.infocomm.org.