GTC sponsor Clear-Com has many new and exciting things happening at this year's IBC, which they can't wait to share with you. From new product announcements, to a live racing simulator, to several featured Clear-Com activities and promotions throughout the RAI, you won't be able to miss seeing Clear-Com in action. Here are a few highlights of what you'll see from Clear-Com at IBC 2019.
Eclipse® HX: IP and More
Eclipse HX is an all-IP matrix intercom solution that includes the most comprehensive set of network distribution options and tools to configure and control your IP intercom system. Visit 10.D29to find out how Eclipse HX is your ideal IP solution.
Step up to the Edge
Clear-Com will be unveiling an entirely new product that goes beyond what you know about wireless intercom, giving you the freedom to think bigger. Register now to be the first to know about this exciting new offering from Clear-Com.
Technical Supporter of IBC TV
During the show, IBC TV will be bringing you live coverage as it happens. Stop by the IBC Auditorium in Hall 14 or the IBC TV News studio in Hall 13 and watch how they are using Clear-Com and Trilogy systems during their various broadcasts at IBC.
Test Your Racing Skills
Are you the fastest around the track? Test your driving skills by visiting the Clear-Com stand to try and qualify to win by racing in the simulator. The fastest lap time each day wins a prize! Need not be present to win.
Virtual Escape Room
Visit the Next Gen Hub – Hall 5!
Clear-Com will host two Virtual Escape Room sessions where a pair of students work together to solve clues. Saturday 14th: 11:00am–1:00pm; Sunday 15th: 1:00–3:00pm
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