Shure provides MXCW conferencing units for PSNI Global Alliance Meeting

Shure was selected as the official provider for the PSNI Global Alliance Meeting at ISE this year, which was attended by over 80 integrators and technology solution providers representing over 25 countries.
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Shure was selected as the official provider for the PSNI Global Alliance Meeting at ISE this year, which was attended by over 80 integrators and technology solution providers representing over 25 countries.

Over 40 Microflex Complete Wireless Systems (MXCW) were installed for the meeting, providing the audio when it mattered the most – to a room full of audio professionals discussing enhancing global deployment skills and establishing project sharing processes.

Occupying a long, thin room for the meeting created its own challenges that had to be approached by the team at Shure, with MXCW able to demonstrate an elegant solution and flexibility.A short video was made during the event of the systems ‘in action,’ along with insight into how the system performed by executive director of PSNI Global Alliance Chris Miller and other PSNI members.

“The PSNI Global Alliance Meeting was the perfect platform for AV professionals to experience MXCW in action,” said Chris Merrick, director of global marketing, Integrated Systems, Shure.“This is part of our mission to make connections feel effortless. The ease of use, along with being able to configure the system straight out of the box in a matter of minutes, gave the meeting exactly what was required on the day – quality audio performance that is seamlessly integrated.”

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