U.S. District Court judge sides with ClearOne in latest ruling in ongoing court battle over patented beamforming audio technology & the Shure MXA910.
New AV at Spinitar HQ means no more fighting for meeting space or crowding around desks. Refresh also shows customers what’s possible in their offices.
ClearOne representative calls the claims regarding MXA910 product line ‘frivolous’ and says Shure’s ‘desperate lawsuit’ is ‘without merit.’
Manufacturer vs. Integrator Challenge raises funds for NSCA Ignite, a workforce development initiative to increase awareness of the AV industry.
Two years into the battle between ClearOne and Shure with no end in sight before the court case launched, how did we get here and what’s next?
Minnesota Vikings’ TCO Performance Center sports the latest AV, networking and control technology thanks to D-Tools and Electronic Design Company.
The diverse Shure Microflex line covers just about any commercial microphone market you can think of with goosenecks, lavaliers, ceiling, and more.
ClearOne files lawsuit against Shure related to Patent ‘553 tied to beamforming microphone array in U.S. District Court, Shure calls claims ‘meritless.’
Shure ‘talks the talk’ from its Customer Experience Center and new office space. Installation done by AVI-SPL, including MSE Audio’s Dante-enabled speakers throughout the facility.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Patent Trial and Appeal Board upholds ClearOne’s beamforming array patent in case brought by Shure.