QSC Brings Q-SYS Control to Google Meet Hardware Ecosystem

Published: March 21, 2022

QSC the Costa-Mesa, Calif.-based audio video solutions provider announced its new Q-SYS Control solutions for Google Meet. Integrators and IT end users can now utilize Q-SYS Control engine to deliver Q-SYS user control interface (UCI) on Google Meet-supported controller consoles with the new third-party control integration. In addition, Google Cloud has certified Q-SYS video capabilities and Google Meet which supports the integration of multiple Q-SYS conference cameras, with automatic switching capabilities.

“Technologies that provide collaboration equality in the hybrid workplace are incredibly important to how teams work today,” says Dave Citron, director of product for Google Meet. “We’re pleased to have the QSC in-room control capabilities available on Google Meet so customers have access to the tools they need to connect and collaborate, regardless of their location.”

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“QSC and Google Cloud aim to deliver exceptional experiences to customers across all industries,” says Jason Moss, vice president alliances & ecosystem, QSC. “We are thrilled to work with Google Cloud and integrate with Google Meet to help customers better navigate the new dynamics of hybrid work, while helping to deliver a consistent and high-quality experience for any high-value space.”

These new video and control capabilities come in addition to existing audio support that Q-SYS provides for Google Meet, which allows integrators and IT end users to utilize a Q-SYS Core or USB bridging endpoint for audio processing and choose from a portfolio of Q-SYS amplifiers, network I/O devices, and QSC loudspeakers. The Q-SYS Ecosystem of third-party solutions also works with Q-SYS to enable an improved experience for customers collaborating from anywhere.

The company announced in August 2021 that Google Certified the Q-SYS platform for Google Meet hardware kits, enabling integrators and IT to select from any Q-SYS Core processor or USB audio bridging endpoint, regardless of processing or I/O requirements.

This article originally appeared on Commercial Integrators’ sister-site

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Tagged with: Google Meet, Hybrid Work

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