Shure Joins Q-SYS Technology Partner Program

AV integrators and IT pros can benefit from streamlined deployment and scalability now that Shure’s MXA920 is now a Q-SYS certified solution.

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Shure, the Niles, Ill.-based manufacturer of audio and conferencing solutions, has joined the Q-SYS Technology Partner Program. The program enables software and hardware technology partners to create market-ready solutions that integrate with Q-SYS, the cloud-manageable audio, video and control (AV&C) platform.

As part of the program, Shure has worked closely with platform, which has fully vetted and endorsed Shure’s MXA920 Ceiling Array Microphone Plugin integration with a Q-SYS Certified badge (developed with Q-SYS, and supported 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 streamlined deployment and scalability, making it easier than ever to deliver outstanding performance in collaborative, modern conferencing environments,” says Jose Rivas, VP of global sales at Shure. “Moreover, this certification enables easier integration for Q-SYS users to experience Shure high-quality audio standards with the MXA920.”

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AV integrators and IT professionals can now access and download the MXA920 Control Plugin through Q-SYS Designer Asset Manager within Q-SYS Designer Software. This compatibility ensures smooth integration with the Q-SYS Platform for easier installation and management, ideal for professionals who utilize Q-SYS Designer Asset Manager to install and monitor AV tools in corporate, higher education, and government spaces, says the company.

The Shure MXA920 is also selectable within the Q-SYS Automatic Camera Preset Recall (ACPR) v3 plugin (version 3.1). Per a statement, customers can use the MXA920 as part of a Q-SYS camera control system without the need for an additional plugin. This update makes use of the MXA920’s Automatic Coverage Mode and Talker Position command strings to provide accurate data to the ACPR plugin.

“We are proud to have Shure join our program and work collaboratively with us on a plugin integration that will enable elevated experiences across our shared customers,” says Geno Zaharie, principal, alliances & ecosystem, Q-SYS.

Shure says it will continue to work closely with the AV&C platform to support more audio solutions, assuring the highest standards in conferencing performance.

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