Show attendees will experience the QSC Conference Room solution as part of the Q-SYS Platform, a scalable, software-based audio, video, and control (AV&C) platform designed on mainstream, standards-based IT technology.
Leveraging the power of Intel processing, the reliability of a Linux real-time operating system, and the interoperability of IEEE networking standards, the Q-SYS Platform goes beyond proprietary AV hardware-based solutions, to deliver an integrated AV&C software/hardware ecosystem that the IT end user can deploy within their environment.
The Q-SYS Platform provides audio processing and native video conference cameras for integration with popular soft codec applications like Zoom, WebEx, BlueJeans, and Skype for Business, and brings full third-party device control within the same platform to greatly reduce costs and complexity.
”QSC is excited to demonstrate the Q-SYS Platform for the first time at the UC EXPO. We believe Q-SYS represents the future of mainstream IT-based AV products, which is the first of its kind,” says TJ Adams, senior director product management, Installed Systems, QSC. “We believe that AV/IT end users will recognize great value in the QSC approach to closely follow familiar deployment, scalability and management practices used within the modern IT environment. And will push attendees to rethink how they design and integrate AV systems in their meeting rooms worldwide.”
To support enterprise meeting room deployments, QSC was the first AV manufacturer to fully decouple AV software from its manufactured hardware by putting the Q-SYS real-time operating system (RTOS) onto a standard Dell R730XL hardware platform. The result is the only IT-grade solution available on the market that allows AV&C processing to become an asset in the IT data center.
Regardless if attendees are looking for a better AV&C solution for their single conference room or a solution to manage and control hundreds of conference rooms across the globe, QSC offers a unique platform that can easily integrate with existing IT infrastructure.