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Q-SYS Reflect Upgrades at InfoComm 2024

Q-SYS Levels Up Cloud Game with Reflect Plus

Q-SYS is taking its cloud-based AV management to new heights with the launch of Reflect Plus, a souped-up version of its existing Reflect platform. This upgrade brings a full-stack approach to AV infrastructure monitoring and management, aiming to give IT managers more control and insight than ever before.

The new Reflect Plus isn’t just about keeping an eye on your AV gear – it’s designed to be a proactive tool for decision-making and automation across various applications and markets. Q-SYS is clearly positioning this as a bridge between AV and the broader IT landscape.

One of the features is the ability for admins to remotely manage and control systems through any web browser. Need to help a user or tweak a system setting? No need to be on-site anymore. Q-SYS is also touting the platform’s API, which allows for integration with existing IT management tools – a move towards that coveted “single pane of glass” for infrastructure oversight.

Q-SYS has revamped the pricing structure for Reflect Plus. Instead of charging based on connected devices, they’re now basing it on the number of Q-SYS systems. This change seems geared towards making it easier for customers to scale up their deployments without fear of ballooning costs.

Q-SYS is also expanding its hardware lineup with some new features:

– The QIO-FLEX4A: A Swiss Army knife of an I/O expander, packing audio, control, and even some amplification into one box.

– The QIO-LVR4: For when you need to control those pesky third-party lighting systems and motorized shades.

– The PS-TSCG3 Touchscreen Paging Station kit: Pair it with their existing touchscreens for a slick paging and music management solution.

And for the Teams users out there, Q-SYS has another trick up its sleeve. Their VisionSuite, complete with AI-powered presenter tracking, just got the official nod from Microsoft. This certification covers a range of Q-SYS gear, from processors to cameras and mics.

With these updates, Q-SYS is clearly aiming for a larger slice of the enterprise AV pie, positioning itself as a one-stop shop for organizations looking to manage their audio-visual tech with the same rigor as their IT infrastructure. It’s a move that acknowledges the move to an increasingly cloud-centric world.

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Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.


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