Featured Applications for Sports and Performing Facilities Include Live and Mobile Production, and Small to Mid-Sized Studio Integration.
Clear-Com®, a Vitec Group brand, the global leader of trusted intercom solutions, will showcase its audio communications products at InfoComm 2006, booth #2891 (June 7-9, 2006 in Orlando, Florida). Clear-Com will showcase the new CellCom 10 wireless transmitter, Eclipse-PiCo intercom platform and WBS wireless communications product. These products are deployed worldwide with the following broadcast, studio, public safety, military, government, air traffic control, business, and live event customers including BELO, CBS, CNN, Fox, PBS, Sinclair, Telemundo, Univision, Shanghai Orient Arts Center China, National Theater Japan, Cultural Central Philippines, Zurich Opera House, Sociedad Hipodromo Chile, Centre de Artes Venezuela, the Metropolitan in New York, the London Palladium, Radio City Music Hall, Boeing, Raytheon, the US Army, US Navy, NASA, the European Space Agency and others.
Clear-Com’s CellCom 10 is the world’s first wireless system for local route program management, cross-point level control, groups and full non-blocking mixing facilities. As the industry’s first wireless version of the traditional wired intercom control panel, CellCom 10 uses a cellular network, or pre-positioned active antennas, for point-to-point or party-line communications. Also on display is Clear-Com’s Eclipse-PiCo intercom product, which is ideal for mobile production, small to mid-sized studio integration, and sports and performing facilities. The Eclipse-PiCo is a 32-port digital matrix intercom frame offering complete scalability and failsafe redundancy (when configured as a linked 64-port system).
“For thirty-five years, Clear-Com has set a benchmark for clarity and reliability,” said Matt Danilowicz, Clear-Com’s vice president, Worldwide Marketing and Sales/Americas and Asia. “Today our customers rely on our systems for their versatility and scalability to match dynamic communications environments. The CellCom 10 and Eclipse-PiCo enable our customers to create interoperable solutions quickly and cost-effectively using existing communications equipment and infrastructure to reconfigure a network while remaining on a single platform.”
Exhibits at InfoComm will be open June 7-9, 2006 in Orlando, Florida. Founded in 1939 as the National Audio Visual Educational Dealers Association, InfoComm International is the premier international trade association for the professional audiovisual communications industry. Touted as the largest, most comprehensive information communications marketplace in the world, InfoComm has become the destination event for individuals sourcing technology solutions for their enterprise.