Q-SYS has announced the availability of Q-SYS vCore, the first virtualised processor for Q-SYS, and the accompanying Q-SYS Control feature licence for vCore.
Collectively, this allows integrators and end users to use their own computer device to add Q-SYS Control capabilities for enhanced control, automation, UX capabilities, remote monitoring and helpdesk features to systems.
The Q-SYS vCore/Q-SYS Control feature licence is ideal for simple AV systems that do not require dedicated Q-SYS audio or video functionality, or those features that are already fulfilled with standalone hardware, legacy audio-only DSP, as well as those that need to replace ageing control systems.
Additionally, it creates a bridge for those less complex rooms, that typically have disparate pieces of hardware, to enable cloud-based remote monitoring and management capabilities with Q-SYS Reflect Enterprise Manager.
Built using Q-SYS OS, the same standards-based IT architecture as the rest of the Q-SYS platform, the vCore/Q-SYS Control feature licence is able to deploy the same control engine as the rest of the Q-SYS processing portfolio, and empowers IT staff to standardise system control with access to Q-SYS Open, a toolkit of industry-standard protocols and open developer tools.
vCore also uses the same Q-SYS Designer software to build, design and deploy systems, allowing users to scale control programming from the vCore into a physical Core if or when the need arises.
“We are thrilled to offer integrators and end users an opportunity to take advantage of the flexible Q-SYS Control functionality, as well as a viable path to make incremental system upgrades without having to rip-and-replace existing systems,” said Greg Mattson, product manager at Q-SYS Control.
“While we have been working on virtualising the Q-SYS Platform for several years, Q-SYS vCore comes at an ideal time to overcome supply chain challenges with software ingenuity.”
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