COSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--QSC, LLC, is excited to announce new additions to the Q-SYS™ Enterprise Core category. Running exclusively on Dell server hardware, these industry-first solutions combine the processing capabilities of the Q-SYS realtime operating system with the Dell R730XL hardware platform. The result is the only IT-grade solution available on the market that brings audio, video and control (AV&C) processing into the datacenter.
These new Q-SYS Enterprise Core processors represent the first fully integrated AV&C solution demonstrating the future of the industry and its shift towards standards-based IT platforms. The use of standard, mainstream hardware reflects a typical enterprise IT environment and provides several benefits, particularly for corporate clients and global enterprises, including:
- Centralized Shared Resource: Enterprises can take advantage of the corporate infrastructure and 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 512x512 network audio channels while offering an abundance of raw processing power. 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.
- Flexibility: Provides the ability to serve all meeting, conferencing, presentation and lobby spaces from a single platform designed from the outset to provide full AV&C requirements for AV/IT environments.
- Simplicity and Familiarity: Utilizes 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.
- Reliability: World-renowned robust engineering found in the Dell R730XL server platform provides IT users with peace of mind that its AV&C solution is built on industry-leading hardware, designed to last, with standard features such as dual redundant networking and hot swappable power supplies and fans.
“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,” says 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.”
The Q-SYS Platform
Conceived from the outset as a fully integrated audio, video and control platform, Q-SYS is a software-based solution built on an open IT-friendly ecosystem. It uniquely leverages the power of Intel processing, the robustness and mission-critical reliability of a realtime Linux operating system alongside mainstream networking technology utilizing IEEE standards for simple integration with modern network environments. This approach makes the Q-SYS Platform highly extensible and provides the ability to bring in inputs and outputs using a vast array of analog, digital and networking technologies. The Q-SYS Platform uses IT-centric hardware and networking technology to provide a complete end-to-end solution tailored towards modern AV/IT deployments.
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. For presentation times and more information about QSC at InfoComm, please visit: www.qsc.com/infocomm2017
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QSC is a globally recognized manufacturer of audio, video and control solutions for huddle rooms to stadiums—and everything in between. Our systems make it easy for your team to design and integrate flexible, scalable solutions and deliver the native IT integration and standards-based technology your customers expect. This is AV built for IT.