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RTS+OMNEO wins industry award at NAB 2013

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April 11, 2013
The RTS Intercoms team is very pleased to announce that its new RTS ADAM OMNEO interface cards have been presented with a TV Technology magazine STAR 2013 award for superior technology at this year's NAB trade show!

Photo, L-R: Gary Fisher, Sr. Product Manager; Shawn Anderson, Product Manager; Harry Klane, Director of Sales.

Read more about the intercom industry's first generation of products to work with OMNEO media networking technology here.

More about TV Technology's STAR awards here.

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