London-headquartered audiovisual reseller CSL Integration has won a £1.2m contract to provide McAfee with cutting-edge audiovisual IT for its executive briefing centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Lance Frampton, managing director at CSL, said the new centre will be for McAfee to showcase its products to clients and senior executives from around EMEA.
"McAfee is the world's largest dedicated security technology company, with about 6,000 employees worldwide, so being chosen, we feel, demonstrates our capabilities as AV/IT integration specialists," Frampton said.
CSL plans to deploy a Crestron offering capable of distributing and controlling all source feeds to nine independent areas, including various meeting rooms and video wall "war rooms".
Polycom HD video conferencing will incorporate Project Design projectors and a floating collaboration set-up, with nine 46in NEC screens with a 32in interactive touch overlay.
Steve Warner, EMEA real estate manager at McAfee, said: "With CSL Integration's previous experience delivering multi-technical turnkey projects, we were confident in their ability to deliver a sophisticated, fully integrated audiovisual and IT environment."
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