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AVI-SPL to exhibit at TechNet Asia-Pacific 2009

Battle Command Information System (BCIS) to be featured at event

TAMPA, Fla. Oct. 28, 2009 – AVI-SPL, the largest global integrator of audiovisual presentation, video teleconferencing and collaboration systems today announced it will exhibit at the TechNet Asia-Pacific 2009 Conference, which will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 2-5.

Exhibiting at Booth #113, AVI-SPL will spotlight BCIS (Battle Command Information System), a commercial off-the-shelf display system delivering critical information used by emergency responders, military commanders and even corporate executives. Portable, compact and powerful, this system allows the user maximum flexibility in a 24/7 environment, and can be assembled and brought online by two individuals in less than one hour. With AVI-SPL’s customized service offerings, BCIS can be reconfigured and installed within permanent facilities, including those that use traditional forms of projection and video wall displays.

AVI-SPL provides custom design, installation and services for presentation facilities and, by utilizing the experience and expertise of the Control Room Group, mission critical operation centers. AVI-SPL’s detailed knowledge of federal acquisition procedure ensures that customers receive integrated presentation systems and products at the absolute best value. AVI-SPL provides needs analysis and feasibility studies; AV systems consulting, engineering and integration; AV switching and control systems; on-site / off-site service support; videoconferencing and digital collaboration systems; pre-configured systems; project and program management; secure communications, network certification and accreditation; and equipment rental and leasing.

“TechNet is the largest military communications conference supporting all military commands in Asia-Pacific region,? said Tom Corzine, AVI-SPL’s vice president, government services. “This conference is a great opportunity for our company to discuss new technologies available to our current and future customers.?

About AVI-SPL
Headquartered in Tampa, Fla., AVI-SPL is the result of a merger between Audio Visual Innovations (AVI) and Signal Perfection, Ltd. (SPL). In aggregate the company has more than 40 years of experience providing innovative audio and video communications solutions with a strong tradition of high quality and exceptional customer service. As the largest global integrator for audio and video communications systems and services, AVI-SPL is uniquely positioned to deliver the most comprehensive line-up of presentation solutions, including: systems integration, sales and rentals, complete staging and production, managed conferencing, IP integration and event management. For more about AVI-SPL, visit www.avispl.com.

Media Contact:
AVI-SPL
Jessica Lane
Ph: 813.884.7168, ext. 2218
E-mail: Jessica.Lane@avispl.com

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