Within audiovisual systems, desktop computers are transitioning from a simple “presentation source” to the “core” of the system due in large part to the maturity and adoption of Enterprise Unified Communication platforms such as Teams, WebEx, and Zoom. With this change, so too must change our approach on design and architecture as a Systems Integrator. Shure Incorporated today launched THE platform for delivering high-end audio to every room!
CTSI was part of the beta testing and development feedback of Shure’s new Intellimix Room system. During #ISE2020, Both Will Seifert (VP of Operations) and Michael Wilson (Director of Engineering) were honored to speak at Shure’s global debut on February, 11th 2020. Here are some of their highlighted thoughts on Intellimix® Room:
- Intellimix® Room leverages Shure Designer, which is the platform our Field Engineers and Programmers already “live in” for configuring Shure’s fantastic lineup of beam-forming microphone array technology in the MXA series. The ability with a few toggles from the microphones to the DSP setup provides an efficient way to Tune and Optimize a room with an extremely User-Friendly interface.
- Intellimix® Room is a software application that resides directly on the computer, which means microphone and program audio can be ingested to the platform over a standard Dante protocol. Thus removing the complexity of managing multiple USB connections, USB “hubs,” and the need for line-level to USB bridging devices. Intellimix® Room simplifies installation and provides high-end audio to any room, every time.
- Intellimix® Room is licensed based in increments of 3 and 5-year terms. These terms match “standard” IT and AV technology refresh cycles for most Enterprise customers. These 3 and 5-year terms also align with our CTSI Subscription Services and its portfolio offering of AV as a Service. CTSI can co-term the Intellimix® Room license with the AVaaS solution offering, thus providing continuous high-end audio without the hassle of renewing/updating licenses mid-term.