TMWest is a division of TOTAL Marketing that serves ARIZONA, COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, UTAH, WYOMING, MONTANA and IDAHO. We are based in Salt Lake City, Utah and represent manufacturers of FINE AUDIO AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT for use in commercial, education, government and medical applications such as audio and video conferencing, training, presentation and collaboration spaces and command and control centers.
We provide to our dealers VALUE-ADDED PRODUCT SUPPORT FOR TRAINING AND TECHNICAL APPLICATIONS through the resources of our parent company, Total Marketing. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, TOTAL Marketing has served the south central US for over 25 years and is delighted to have EXPANDED THEIR SUPPORT into these western states
New Manufacturer - Tely Labs
Tely Labs Selects TOTAL Marketing to Support Growing Demand for Easy to Use, Affordable Videoconferencing Systems
Tely Labs -- maker of the award-winning telyHD videoconferencing system -- today announced it has appointed TOTAL Marketing, a specialist sales organization for the audio visual and video communications markets, as its manufacturer's representative for the Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas (TOLA) region, as well as New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah (Mountain) region. TOTAL Marketing will help Tely Labs meet accelerating customer demand for its easy-to-use, room-based videoconferencing systems by providing sales, technical support and training to Tely Labs's growing reseller base.
SVSi Next Gen Networked AV Products to Support Ultra-HD
Integrators can be assured that their AV switching and distribution infrastructure will support tomorrow's technology
SVSi, the industry's leading provider of Networked AV solutions and pioneer in IP-based AV distribution solutions announced today that the technology used in its next generation of Networked Encoders and Decoders is capable of supporting Ultra-HD resolutions of 4K up to 120-Hz and 8K up to 60-Hz. SVSi's integrators can now be assured that their Networked AV video switching and distribution infrastructure will be able to support tomorrow's technology.
"I'm very excited to see this growth path in resolution and frame-rate since SVSi technology can readily accommodate Ultra-HD traffic on existing gigabit copper networks without having to wait for next generation 10-gig fiber or copper appliances," said Andy Whitehead, President of SVSi. "SVSi's Networked AV technology is capable of 8K at 60-Hz through a single gigabit drop, while Non-IP-based distribution solutions like HDBaseT require 10.2-Gbps to send 4K at 30-Hz."