Shure and Barco Partner for Conference Clarity Solutions

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The Shure Audio Ecosystem now pairs with Barco ClickShare Conference, allowing customers to combine high-quality audio for remote communication with easy-to-use wireless in any meeting space. ​Shure and ClickShare work with leading third-party video conferencing platforms, including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex and many others.

Benefits​ include:

  • Ready for any collaboration platform from your device ​
  • The power of Steerable Coverage technology and cutting-edge industrial design​
  • High-quality audio and innovative wireless conferencing solutions ​
  • Secure audio that prevents eavesdropping with Shure Audio Encryption ​
  • Flexible options for all meeting room sizes​
  • Shure IntelliMix DSP delivering echo- and noise-free and intelligent mixing keeping the agenda on track
  • One-click wireless conferencing

Shure’s DSP IntelliMix P300 and ANIUSB-MATRIX are also certified for ClickShare Conference. Flexible signal routing allows for connectivity between rooms, laptops and even mobile devices. Combined with Microflex® Advance or Microflex Wireless microphones, the clear sound reproduction and intelligent mixing keep clear communication.​

When combined with ClickShare Conference, users can enable a flexible and easy way of working. Users can walk into any meeting room, plug in the ClickShare Conferencing Button and host a video conference from their own device and can share their apps wirelessly.

“Customers can rely on powerful and certified solutions with Shure networked audio solutions and our ClickShare Conference products,” said David Fitzgerald, Vice President, Global Alliances at Barco. “This offers customers an engaging video conferencing experience with high-quality audio and easy, seamless wireless conferencing.”

Based on Barco ClickShare’s Hybrid Working research study, workers predict a rise in hybrid meetings (meetings featuring both in-person and remote attendees) in the next 12 months. More than half of employees surveyed prefer to host video calls from their laptop, compared to an in-room system (19%) or their smartphone (18%). Based on Shure’s recent State of Meetings Report, 96 percent of professionals are frustrated with their virtual meetings, with four out of the top five frustrations related to audio.

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“Built for the hybrid workplace, your customers, clients and students will feel like they’re in the room with you when you use Shure’s market-leading wireless and array microphones with Barco’s ClickShare Conference system,” said Paul Gunia, Director of Technology Partnerships at Shure.