Biamp Systems Says Goodbye to an Industry Expert

Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, today announced that after 28 years in the industry, AV industry veteran Read Wineland is retiring. With his retirement, Michael Frank moves into the role of Eastern North America sales development director.

BEAVERTON, Oregon -- Oct. 6, 2015 -- Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, today announced that after 28 years in the industry, AV industry veteran Read Wineland is retiring. With his retirement, Michael Frank moves into the role of Eastern North America sales development director.


Vice President of Global Sales, Ron Camden, shared, "I've had the pleasure of working side by side with Read for the last 28 years, and his commitment to Biamp and enthusiasm for helping customers build their business has been awe-inspiring." Camden continued, stating, "Read's passion for quality audio -- whether with a guitar or DSP -- is something that cannot be taught. Both Biamp and the professional AV industry will miss Read's presence as he moves into the coveted retirement phase of life."

"There are two kinds of people in the AV industry: those who work for Biamp, and those who want to work at Biamp," shared Wineland. "Being an independent rep before I joined Biamp 20 years ago, I've worked for dozens of different companies, and I guarantee that no one appreciates their employees more than Biamp. It's been my honor to be part of such a great team and a significant piece of industry history."

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Biamp Systems is a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems that power the world's most sophisticated audio/video installations. The company is recognized worldwide for delivering high-quality products and backing each one with a commitment to exceptional customer service.

Recipient of the Frost & Sullivan 2015 Global Installed Audio Conferencing Enabling Technology Leadership Award, Biamp is dedicated to creating products that drive the evolution of communication through sound. The award-winning Biamp(R) product suite includes the Tesira(R) media system for digital audio networking, Audia(R) Digital Audio Platform, Nexia(R) digital signal processors, Sona(TM) AEC technology, and Vocia(R) Networked Public Address and Voice Evacuation System. Each has its own specific feature set that can be customized and integrated in a wide range of applications, including corporate boardrooms, conference centers, performing arts venues, courtrooms, hospitals, transportation hubs, campuses, and multi-building facilities.

Founded in 1976, Biamp is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, USA, with additional engineering operations in Brisbane, Australia, and Rochester, New York. For more information on Biamp, please visit www.biamp.com.

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