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WIDEBAND SOLUTIONS EXPANDS DISTRIBUTION WITH TM WEST

PLAINVILLE, CT – WideBand Solutions, a leading provider of high-end audio conferencing technology, expands its distribution with TM West, a regional audio-visual manufacturer’s representative firm. TM West will serve the Western states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah, and will handle WideBand’s complete line of audio conferencing solutions.

“Improving our distribution has been a strategic goal of our management team,? says Lonny Bowers, president of WideBand Solutions “We look forward to working with TM West in achieving this, by expanding the distribution of our product lines in the Western region. This opens a new territory for us in terms of coverage and the ability for us to have our conferencing products widely available to consumers in these states.?

TM West has also hired industry veteran Kelly Hannig as its sales manager. He will work directly with WideBand Solutions in expanding its visibility in these markets. Having spent more than 10 years in the conferencing industry, Hannig is extensively experienced with channel partners for conferencing system design, field applications and on-site commissioning, as well as technical training delivery. Hannig is CTS-D certified with ICIA InfoComm and has taught conference system design workshops.

“Having WideBand Solutions on board is a natural fit for TM West, as the company’s focus on cutting-edge conferencing technologies allows us to continue to provide value-added, innovative solutions and services to our clients,? says Kelly Hannig, sales manager, TM West. “TM West continues to demonstrate its commitment to expanding and accelerating the adoption of WideBand’s conferencing solutions in the Western territory.?

About TM West
TM West is a regional audio-visual manufacturer’s representative firm that serves Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, TM West represents manufacturers of fine audio and video equipment for use in commercial, education, government and medical applications such as audio and video conferencing, and presentation and collaboration spaces. For more information, visit www.tm-west.com.

About WideBand Solutions, Inc.
Founded in 2003, WideBand Solutions, Inc. was created to develop a new generation of high-end audio conferencing products. The company’s inspiration stems from the shift of analog telephony to high definition voice via the internet and the growing demand for global communications. Serving the world’s largest and most successful organizations with a seasoned approach to conferencing, WideBand’s staff is passionate about the industry, audio and delivering high demand products. For more information, visit www.widebandsolutions.com.

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