Sennheiser and Q-SYS Solution Achieves Certification for Use With Cisco Collaboration Devices

Sennheiser announced that its combined solution with Q SYS

Sennheiser announced that its combined solution with Q-SYS, a cloud-manageable audio, video, and control (AV&C) Platform, has achieved certification for use with Cisco’s Collaboration Devices. ​This certification represents “the integration of Cisco’s Collaboration Devices with Sennheiser’s TCC 2 and the Q-SYS Core Nano processor, delivering audio connectivity and control features for contemporary meeting and learning environments. The Cisco Collaboration Devices serve as the videoconferencing engine that brings “robust computing power to support a wide range of collaboration scenarios.”

Adapting meeting rooms to hybrid work requires a unique blend of collaboration technology, integrated workflows and workspace intelligence. The certified integration of Sennheiser and Q-SYS with Cisco’s video bars, room kits and integrated video conferencing systems facilitates a “seamless blend of physical and digital workspaces, promoting scalable and flexible collaboration.” ​ As a part of the Cisco Collaboration Devices Partner Ecosystem, these solutions ensure participants get the best experience and make integration as seamless as possible.

With a coverage of up to 80 m², the TCC 2 is a great solution for large meeting rooms and lecture or collaboration spaces. With its functional square form, the TCC 2 gracefully integrates into the design of modern meeting rooms — simply by replacing a ceiling tile.

Part of the Sennheiser TeamConnect Family, the TCC 2 is a problem-solver that allows cable-free tables and flexible furniture arrangement while offering all of the TeamConnect Ceiling Solutions benefits like Trusted Sennheiser Audio Quality, efficient setup, brand agnostic integration, simple management and control, a sleek design and a sustainable impact.