Published August 10, 2012
From New London to New Hampshire, our New England Road Trip in July and August saw Tenell and Brian making many valuable new contacts. Jenn Annett, another of our sales staff, joined us on both Mondays (July 30th and August 6th) as we made stops in Connecticut and Rhode Island. The power of TB&J (as we are affectionately called) takes our road trips to another level. For instance, doors are a lot easier to manage when you have someone holding them for you.
Keeping it close to home, the entire road trip spanned Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. In that time, we visited Hamilton Sundstrand, L-3 KEO, General Dynamics Electric Boat, Raytheon, BAE Systems, Naval Undersesa Warfare Center, and many others. Our New England incursion gave us the opportunity to highlight the diversity of our display designs, the variety of video inputs that we can accommodate, as well as our optical bonding and software services capabilities.
Of particular interest on this trip was our newly configured fiber optic video input capability. We have been able to integrate fiber optic to DVI converters into our monitors since 2005. However, as of June 2012, we are now able to accept the fiber optic signal directly without a converter. Our ability to support leading edge and trailing edge technologies translates into the fact that not only can we supply what you need, we can supply what you’re going to need. Contact us for more information about our products and services or to schedule a visit!