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Shure has joined the Q-SYS Technology Partner Program.

This program enables software and hardware technology partners to create market-ready solutions seamlessly integrating with Q-SYS, the cloud-manageable audio, video, and control platform.

 

As part of the program, Shure has closely collaborated with Q-SYS, which has fully certified and approved the integration of Shure's MXA920 Ceiling Microphone plugin, earning the "Q-SYS Certified" badge (developed with Q-SYS and endorsed by Shure and Q-SYS).

 

Joining the Q-SYS Technology Partner Program is a phenomenal milestone that ensures AV integrators and IT professionals benefit from optimized deployment and scalability, making it easier than ever to deliver outstanding performance in modern collaborative conference environments. Additionally, this certification allows smoother integration, enabling Q-SYS users to experience Shure's high-quality audio standards with the MXA920, comments Jose Rivas, Shure's Vice President of Global Sales.

 

Thanks to this certification and participation in the Q-SYS Technology Partner Program, AV integrators and IT professionals can now access and download the MXA920 Control Plugin via the Q-SYS Designer Asset Manager platform. This compatibility ensures seamless integration with the Q-SYS ecosystem for simplified installation and management, ideal for professionals using Q-SYS Designer Asset Manager to install and monitor AV tools in corporate, higher education, and government spaces.

Shure's MXA920 can also be selected with the Q-SYS Camera Preset Recovery (ACPR) plugin. Customers can seamlessly use the MXA920 as part of a Q-SYS camera control system without the need for an additional plugin. This update leverages the MXA920's Automatic Coverage Mode and Participant Position command strings to provide accurate data to the ACPR plugin.

 

We are proud that Shure is joining our program and collaborating with us on an integration plugin that will enable better experiences for our shared customers, says Geno Zaharie, Director of Alliances and Ecosystems at Q-SYS.

 

Shure will continue to work closely with Q-SYS to add compatibility with more audio solutions that ensure the highest performance standards in conferencing.

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