March 6, 2023

A Webbased Platform for Multimedia Device Management

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A Webbased Platform for Multimedia Device Management


Q-NEX Console is a platform designed for regulating devices connected to NMP.

As a solution for campus equipment management, Q-NEX consists of hardware – Networked Media Processor, wireless Mic, control panel, media server, and web-based platform Q-NEX Console. 

Advantages of Q-NEX Console

Specially designed and developed for Q-NEX NMP, Q-NEX Console is a web-based platform, which helps IT admins manage and control the campus multimedia devices by just logging in to the website or mobile APP.

Through the Q-NEX Console, IT admins can check the status of connected devices in each classroom, regulate them, or deal with daily maintenance requests. 

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Since Q-NEX Console is a web-based platform, it requires no installation program and occupies no storage space of a local PC.

A built-in Streaming Service System

With a built-in Streaming Service System in the local Media Server, Q-NEX Console can communicate directly with the Media Server for commanding from the external network, and call media contents, incl. audio and videos, from the local server and distribute within the internal network.

A user-friendly designed UI

A user-friendly designed UI on Q-NEX Console makes the operations and management easy and efficient for users.

Set up task schedules

A scheduled task is to help IT admin regulate predetermined arrangements and set them in a routine, i.e., power on lights and air conditioner in a classroom, and get the projector and projection screen ready 30 seconds before class, so that teachers can just walk in the classroom with just his/her prepared courseware, but no bother to fight with the electronic devices.

By setting up task schedules, IT admin can more efficiently manage repeatable jobs daily and weekly, and get free from repetitive work.

Work with a Media Server

By working with a Media Server, the IT admin can allocate storage on the Q-NEX console for public use and private use.

Public storage is an open resource for all users to access, teachers can share their courseware with each other, while private storage is for authorized teachers to store individual files.

As a Cloud-based management system, Q-NEX Console can do:

   Reduce the IT admins’                   Online upgrade to                            Auto-running

     work pressure and                      reduce maintenance                    schedules to reduce

      reduce labor costs                                costs                                         time cost

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