Atlona Technologies technical support introduces an online community forum.

Atlona Technologies technical support takes it up a step in customer service, introducing an online forum called Atlona Communities.

San Jose - February 5, 2009 - Atlona Technologies, a solutions based manufacturer of connectivity audio and video products, has taken the next step in assuring customer satisfaction. Atlona's zealous team of technical support, have created an online forum called "Atlona Communities" featuring a broad range of categories. The list of categories will allow users of all types, new to and familiar with the technical side of the Audio/Video world, an opportunity to delve into the forum in any way seen fit. From VGA / HDMI cable to Extenders /Converters, all questions have an available answer on this forum. Amongst the list of categories, discussions covering products and better understanding of the industry as a whole are available for all participants. A customer review section has been added as well to gain ideas and opinions from sources outside of the company. Communication being the bridge that connects all, Atlona hopes to build stronger relationships with all of their customers. Atlona Communities will help ensure and inspire customer satisfaction and confidence.

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Joshua Carlson, (408) 954 -8782 ext:123,

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