Upgrade to Riedel Bolero Wireless Intercom Brings High-Quality and Reliable Communications to Teatro Diana in Guadalajara, Mexico

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Riedel Communications today announced that Teatro Diana, a 2,400-seat theater in Guadalajara, Mexico, has chosen the occasion of its 15th anniversary to upgrade its entire communications infrastructure to Riedel’s Bolero stand-alone wireless intercom.
“Reliable intercom systems are critical for all of our live shows, including plays, concerts, conferences, and cinema screenings,” said Wolfgang Schmitz, Production Chief, Teatro Diana. “Bolero’s renowned audio quality, reliability, and flexibility attracted us from the beginning, and we could see Bolero would offer the easiest integration and most flexible programming capabilities. We know we can count on Bolero for events of all types and sizes.”

Riedel’s Artist and Bolero Provide Clear and Reliable Comms for First Season of International Swimming League

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Riedel’s Artist digital matrix intercom and Bolero wireless intercom are at the core of a comprehensive event communications solution for the all-new International Swimming League (ISL). The integrated Artist/Bolero system enabled clear and highly reliable crew communications for the ISL’s inaugural season in 2019, culminating in December’s Grand Final at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
The ISL has brought swimming to the world of professional sports, with male and female swimmers competing in teams rather than individually. Throughout 2019, the league conducted seven short-course swimming matches in cities around the world, with Energy Standard of France winning the first-ever ISL Championship at the Grand Final.

Bolero Sets the Bar for Wireless Intercom Usability and Comfort for California-Based DP Craig Kief

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Craig Kief, a Los Angeles-based director of photography, is using Riedel’s Bolero Standalone wireless intercom for crew communications on his TV shows and commercials. The system allows him to keep all of his camera operators, focus pullers, and department heads in close communication so everyone can focus on the same goals in the middle of a busy and noisy set. With its long list of advanced features and capabilities, Bolero now enables clear communications for every production, whether it’s shot on studio sets or at remote locations.
Craig’s previous comms solution comprised walkie-talkies and a legacy wireless system that operated in the crowded 2.4 GHz range, delivering less-than-ideal audio quality and suffering from interference, short range, and poor battery life. Bolero has changed all of that, first by eliminating walkie-talkies completely, and next by allowing a more natural way of speaking: giving multiple users full duplex communications instead of forcing them to wait for a walkie channel to be clear before speaking. In addition, audio quality is superb — resulting in far less ear fatigue – and the system’s multiple party lines give each crew member the ability to choose and change who they need to monitor throughout the day.

Riedel Provides Comprehensive, Future-Proof Comms Solution for Belgium’s Historic Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie

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The historic Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, also known as the De Munt Theatre, has upgraded its entire staff communications infrastructure based on intercom equipment from Riedel Communications. Consisting of the Artist digital matrix intercom, Bolero wireless intercom in both integrated and standalone modes, and SmartPanel multifunctional user interfaces, the Riedel solution surpasses the theater’s requirements for highly flexible, reliable, high-quality, and future-proof intercom operations.
Located in the heart of Brussels at the Place de la Monnaie, the De Munt Theatre is one of the most prestigious opera houses in the world and the largest in Belgium, with more than 450 employees. Over its 300-year history, the theater has survived a revolution, a fire, and two world wars, as well as the normal passage of time and evolution of technology. The Riedel upgrade was part of a massive renovation project that closed the De Munt Theatre for two years beginning in 2016.

Riedel’s MediorNet, Artist, and Bolero Drive Integrated and Reliable Comms in Paris La Défense Arena

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Riedel Communications’ MediorNet real-time media network, Artist digital matrix intercom, and Bolero wireless intercom are providing a comprehensive signal routing and communications backbone for Paris La Défense Arena, a showpiece domed stadium located in the famous La Défense business area west of Paris. MediorNet provides integrated, decentralized, and fully redundant signal distribution and processing throughout the 40,000-seat arena, which opened to much acclaim in October 2017. Through tight integration with MediorNet, Artist and Bolero enable flexible communications with crystal-clear audio quality.
One of only two multiuse domed stadiums in Europe, Paris La Défense Arena features moveable seating that enables it to be used for a variety of indoor sports and entertainment events at various capacities. The arena is the home venue for the French rugby union club, Racing 92, and will play host to gymnastics events for the 2024 summer games.

Riedel MediorNet, Artist, and Bolero Form Complete Comms and Signal Transport Backbone for Parliament of Catalonia

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The Parliament of Catalonia in Barcelona has installed a comprehensive signal routing and communications backbone based on Riedel’s MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing technology, together with the Artist digital matrix intercom and Bolero wireless intercom. The new networking infrastructure is a core element in a multiyear HD upgrade of the Parliament’s video recording and broadcast capabilities.
The Parliament of Catalonia is the unicameral legislature of Spain’s autonomous community of Catalonia, occupying a historic, 300-year-old palace in Barcelona’s Ciutadella Park. Since 2002, the Parliament has been producing its own institutional television signal and making it available, free of charge, to media outlets.

Pliant® Technologies Showcases Latest MicroCom® Wireless Intercom Solutions at ISE 2020

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Pliant Technologies will feature its latest digital wireless intercom systems, MicroCom M and MicroCom XR, at ISE 2020 (Booth 7-V229). The newly released MicroCom systems offer a simple to operate and affordable intercom solution where solid wireless performance is required. Available in 2.4GHz and 900MHz (where legal), MicroCom M and MicroCom XR provide full-duplex, multi-user intercom for applications where high-quality audio, excellent range, and low-cost are essential.
MicroCom M is an economical single channel system that features a 10-hour lithium ion battery operation and has the ability to have up to five full-duplex users. MicroCom M is compact and water-resistant and provides quality communications at a very attractive price point. MicroCom XR is a robust two-channel intercom system that provides extended range and a 15-hour (field-replaceable) battery, as well as the ability to have up to 10 full-duplex users. MicroCom XR features an easy-to-read OLED display, and an optional I/O feature for connection to existing intercom systems, drop-in charger and is IP67-rated. Both of these lightweight beltpacks are built to endure the wear and tear of everyday use. Additionally, both the M and XR versions provide for unlimited listening users in addition to duplex users, all without the need for a basestation, providing flexibility for a range of applications.