Costa Mesa, CA (June 5, 2017)—QSC is debuting new additions to its Q-SYS Enterprise Core category at InfoComm. Designed to run exclusively on Dell R730XL server hardware, the reputed IT-grade integrated solution brings audio, video and control processing into the datacenter.
One of QSC’s goals was to employ standard, mainstream hardware in order to reflect a typical enterprise IT environment. “The Q-SYS Platform is an operating system environment built on an open ecosystem that allows QSC to offer its corporate users a truly IT-centric platform,” said TJ Adams, senior director of Installed Systems Product Management, QSC. “We first debuted this capability as a technology demonstration at ISE 2017. Now that these products have arrived, this paradigm shift is poised to change the way our industry deploys future enterprise-wide AV&C systems.”
With the new additions, enterprises can place Q-SYS Core processors alongside other building-wide IT services such as VoIP, UC&C, as well as security and access control servers. Both the Q-SYS Core 2200 and Core 5200 processors provide up to 512×512 network audio channels. The Q-SYS Core 2200 offers 128 built-in, fully routable acoustic echo cancelation (AEC) processors while the Q-SYS Core 5200 offers 256 AEC processors.
The new additions also allow users to serve all meeting, conferencing, presentation and lobby spaces from a single platform while utilizing common hardware familiar to IT managers worldwide with integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) for simple integration with existing IT asset management and monitoring tools.
The Q-SYS Core 2200 and Core 5200 processors will be on display and in use in QSC Booth 5645. Attendees can also learn more during a 15-minute in-booth presentation.