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TechLogix Networx Fiber Optics Available to Capitol Customers

From the Boardroom to the Classroom, TechLogix Networx Communication Solutions are Designed to Strengthen AV Communications Systems in Every Installation Scenario
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Capitol is now a U.S. distributor of the full line TechLogix Networx solutions. TechLogix is best known for its connectors, hubs, fiber optic cable, and other products necessary for enhancing communication in the boardroom, classroom, and any space where a robust video communications system is essential to day-to-day activities.

“TechLogix Networx employs a unique and highly successful approach to equipment design,” said Curt Hayes, president and CFO, Capitol. “In fact, the company is very similar to Capitol in that instead of simply marketing a long list of accessories, the company is more of a solutions provider that helps customers assemble the right mix for their clients and their business.”

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TechLogix Networx is a solutions-based organization dedicated to improving the collaboration experience. The company’s success comes from listening to business owners, educators, trainers and other professionals who collaborate every single day. Its products are designed for simplicity and reliability, and are backed-up by a team of technical consultants and field-based integration partners.

The company’s Media over Fiber Optics is considered an industry standard for supporting video communications. Fiber sends signals further, more reliably, and with greater bandwidth than traditional copper, and it does so at a comparable price. TechLogix specializes in the bulk cable, patch cords, electronics, and accessories that are essential in the field, especially as 4K and, eventually, 8K become industry standards in the home and office.

“Earlier this month, representatives from TechLogix held one of our most successful on-site training sessions to date,” Hayes added. “It was a standing-room-only affair. Attendees were anxious to learn more about the vendor’s customer-centric approach to their business.”

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