QSC Further Expands Microsoft Teams Rooms Certified Portfolio

by | Audio, Gear, News, Production

QSC expands its portfolio of Microsoft Teams Rooms certified meeting room accessories with the addition of several new Q-SYS products, completing the certification of its existing portfolio of collaboration devices for classrooms, executive boardrooms, divisible rooms, immersive video conferencing rooms, and training spaces.

The certified additions include further Q-SYS Core processing options, the Core 8 Flex, Core Nano, and NV-32-H (Core Capable), which provides more options to rightsize processing needs for a particular room size and I/O requirements. For video camera streams, the certified Q-SYS PTZ-IP conference cameras integrate with the Q-SYS Cores or newly certified Q-SYS I/O-USB Bridge to deliver quality conference feeds as well as the ability to add multiple conference cameras for a more natural, inclusive engagement for remote web conferencing participants. In addition, users can utilize the newly certified CX-Q Series for additional amplification options.

“We understand high-value spaces require enhanced capabilities and features to effectively deliver a flexible and scalable video conference experience,” says Jason Moss, Vice President of Alliances & Ecosystem, QSC. “As we continue to invest in our relationship with Microsoft for our ever-growing portfolio, we are pleased to provide integrators and IT end users with additional Q-SYS options to deploy the experience in these rooms.”

Like the other QSC Teams Rooms certified components, users can take advantage of QSC software to help simplify the integration process, enable full room control and Teams Rooms control over online meetings onto a single device, and unify the experience for the end user. Go here for more specifics.

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