Gravity Media has invested in real-time communication systems for live event broadcasts.
The company has acquired 20 new V-Series Iris Panels from Clear-Com, in addition to the existing Eclipse HX Digital Matrix within its London facility, as well as Station-IC Virtual Desktop Client licenses.
Gravity intends to create a completely scalable intercom user station, including talkback both on desktop and for working remotely.
Also included in the deal is a new Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) license based on Clear-Com’s LQ Series of IP Interfaces, as Gravity looks to move away from ISDN standards and towards IP.
Nick Symes, director of technology at Gravity Media in EMEA said: “This additional purchase of Clear-Com equipment is further evidence that we’re committed to continually adapting our workflows and facilities to meet the evolving needs of our customers.
“Gravity Media has a longstanding relationship with Clear-Com, thanks to its cutting-edge, dependable live communication technology offering. We look forward to continuing to deploy their technology to deliver flawless experiences for our global client base.”