QSC Tech Expo Preview

October 1, 2022
rizwan ullah

The conversation introduces QSC as a Gold sponsor for Vistacom’s tech expo. Charles Cassell, the Mid Atlantic Regional Manager at QSC, discusses the company’s core offerings, focusing on the CUSis audio video and control platform. Charles clarifies that CUSis is not a spin-off but a division of QSC dedicated to system integration in the commercial AV industry. QSC’s legacy division focuses on the pro audio retail market. CUSis is a cloud-manageable platform based on networked audio, video, and control products. Charles mentions that at the tech expo, QSC will showcase live demonstration systems featuring their new products, including touch panels, loudspeakers, cameras, Core nano, and NV thirty-two h endpoints. He highlights QSC’s ability to support multiple unified conferencing platforms, offering solutions for the hybrid workplace. The conversation concludes with an invitation to the expo and excitement to meet attendees.

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