Audio Visual Solutions Austin, TX

Audio Visual Solutions in Austin, TX

Audio Visual Solutions

Conference and huddle rooms are a staple of the modern office environment and needed in every business, large and small. No matter your business size or your industry, your team will need rooms to collaborate locally and remotely. Conference rooms have standardized in recent years to the following components: a conference room table, a display, a web camera, and a conference phone.

Conference rooms can be as complex as you want them to be, but Telco Data can help to install the basics of telecommuting conferencing for any business. Telco Data can provide and securely mount consumer grade televisions and projectors as well as commercial grade motorized projector screens.

We can install HDMI connections from your table top to your display hardware, future-proofed to show full 4K 60 frames per second images for your laptops or media hardware to connect. We can connect and mount your customer provided AV hardware, dressing cables for a clean and professional look.

And with Nextiva, RingCentral, or other cloud-based voice solutions, we can provide, configure, and install conference room phones. Even if you have a traditional plain old telephone (POTS) line, we can get your desktop conference phone dialing right away.

With Telco Data’s expertise, you can have one competitively priced vendor to both pull the data and voice cables and install your AV hardware to have your team up and running on Day 1 after a new office build out.

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Security Solutions

While the key card badge readers are the most visible part of an access control security system, the backbone of your security system is the structured cabling that connects your security cameras, door strikes, card readers, motion sensors, and glass break sensors back to the security head-end equipment.

Telco Data’s structured cabling experience can get your security cabling roughed in overhead and dressed side by side with your data cabling. One vendor organizing cabling in the ceiling will avoid “spaghetti” ceilings and failed overhead inspections.

Telco Data can ensure that all low voltage cabling in the ceiling is dressed neatly, supported according to code, and done during the construction process instead of Day Two when your team is trying to move in.

Telco Data will pull all the required cabling and leave neatly for your Licensed Security Vendor of your choice to make the final connections without having to open ceiling tiles and creating dust and dirt after your construction is complete.

Why Should You Choose Telco Data?

Whether you are setting up conference rooms or getting your security cabling ready for your first day at work, Telco Data can do the groundwork during construction to keep costs low and have one point of contact for multiple scopes of work in your suite.

Instead of hunting for three vendors, let Telco Data’s high communication, high quality team streamline your office build and consolidate your work into Telco Data’s competent hands.

Contact us today at Telco Data, and we’ll be glad to answer any questions you have about our services, or we can setup an initial consultation about whatever project you have in mind.

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Audio Visual Solutions FAQs

Professional audio/visual solutions are often needed for applications such as video conferencing, webcasting, digital media, control systems, and network operating centers.

These are solutions which contain both an audio and a visual component, for instance films, television programs, and corporate conferencing.

Service providers have the equipment and expertise to help a customer perform web streaming, video conferencing, and live broadcasting, among other processes.

Because it communicates ideas quickly and effectively, visual communication is an important part of business operations.

Some of the most commonly used visual components are infographics, flowcharts, visual reports, roadmaps, and process diagrams.

It is a method of teaching developed in the 1950’s, which aims at teaching languages using a behaviorist approach, since learning language is considered to be based on the formation of habits.

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