QSC has announced the acquisition of Attero Tech. The move combines the growing portfolio of the Q-Sys audio, video and control (AV&C) Ecosystem with Attero Tech’s portfolio of networked A/V endpoints and I/O peripherals, as well as boosting QSC’s development capabilities with Attero Tech’s Fort Wayne-based engineering staff joining the multi-national QSC team.

QSC acquires Attero Tech‘This acquisition is a natural next step for our organisations given our long relationship, highly compatible portfolios and the exceptional shared values and company cooperation that have developed over the past several years,’ says QSC Chief Operating & Technology Officer, Jatan Shah.

‘Both QSC and Attero Tech were early adopters of network audio transport technology, including CobraNet, Dante and AES67. In addition, when QSC expanded the control capabilities of the Q-Sys Ecosystem in 2017, it allowed Attero Tech to become the first manufacturer partner to independently develop Q-Sys Control integration plugins, and has since developed 20 plug-ins for their portfolio of I/O devices.’

‘A primary guiding principal of our Q-Sys product development strategy has been a protocol agnostic, software-based approach using the best hardware available, combined with innovation at the software and application layer,’ says QSC VP of Systems Product Strategy and Development, TJ Adams. ‘This approach allowed us to deliver a standards-based, powerful, flexible and scalable AV&C platform unlike anything on the market. Adding the Attero Tech peripherals to the greater Q-Sys Ecosystem will expand existing options for integration end points today, and enlist this new engineering talent pool to accelerate the pace of future software innovation and native end points for the platform.’

‘Attero Tech has grown to become the premier provider of innovative, cost-effective audio networking I/O endpoints and A/V connectivity solutions,’ says Attero Tech President, Rus Sundholm. ‘Our catalogue of products has a well-earned reputation as highly robust, innovative products within the A/V industry. We are excited and confident for the future of our combined organisation.’

‘This is such an exciting time for QSC and I am thrilled to welcome the Attero Tech team to the QSC family,’ says QSC President and CEO, Joe Pham. ‘We look forward to executing an integration strategy that prioritises the needs of our customers, incorporating Attero Tech into QSC sales, support, service, marketing and training for our channel, while always striving to ensure and maintain a positive experience for our customers.’

More: www.qsc.com

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