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AVI-SPL Announces Professional Series Schedule for 2010

AVI-SPL UniversityAVI-SPL, the largest global integrator of audio visual and video conferencing systems and services, today announced its 10-city tour schedule for the 2010 AVI-SPL University Professional Series. With events in Detroit, Cleveland, Wahington D.C., Atlanta, Seattle, Chicago, Long Beach, New York, Boston and Tampa, the free event offers professionals an opportunity to experience the latest in audiovisual technology, speak with industry experts, earn professional development credits, and network with peers in a relaxed environment.

The theme for this year’s series is “Communicate. Collaborate. Unify.” and the events will feature sessions focusing on videoconferencing, telepresence and more.

For more information about AVI-SPL University, click here.

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