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Clear-Com To Show LQ Intercom Connectivity Solution At NAB 2015

Clear-Com(r) will show its recently released LQ(tm) Series, IP interface devices designed for linking intercom and audio systems across long distances over IP networks at this year’s NAB Booth C5409. With LQ devices, users of 2-wire partyline intercoms and 4-wire intercom and audio systems would be able to cost-effectively and quickly expand their intercom systems with no additional wiring. All the intercom linking is achieved over IP networks: house LAN, WAN or internet. NAB 2015 takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) from April 13-16, 2015.

Released in January 2015, the LQ Series is Clear-Com’s newest line of Intercom Connectivity (ICON) solutions.
With either the two-wire (LQ-2W2) or four-wire (LQ-4W2) options, the LQ devices are ideal for intercom users who need to cost-effectively extend their existing intercom systems to single or multiple remote locations over their IT infrastructures, eliminating lengthy audio cable runs. LQ can also interface between different intercom systems routing both call signaling and audio over LAN, WAN or Internet IP connections: 2-wire
partyline with other OEM partyline systems, 2-wire with 4-wire devices, and 4-wire with 4-wire systems.

The LQ-2W2 is both Clear-Com and RTS TW compatible. A maximum of six LQ Series interfaces can be linked
together to form a managed network.

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“Regardless of the type of intercom system being used, the LQ Series makes it easy to extend the system to the other side of a building, across campus, or across the world,” said Stephen Sandford Clear-Com’s Product Manager for Matrix and IP interfaces. “The ability to have an intercom station wherever Internet access is available is invaluable as productions become more complex and the need for reliable distributed communications
becomes more important. The LQ Series addresses this need perfectly.”

These two-channel devices are light-weight, portable and compact. They are easy to deploy and do not take up valuable rack space. Configuration is effortlessly achieved over a browser based user interface. Unique features of the LQ Series devices include Power over Ethernet, auto-nulling capability, multi-cast 1 to 5
routing, auto-discovery and use of the OPUS codec for high quality audio and low bit rate transmission.

The complete Clear-Com line of new and enhanced products will be available for demonstration at NAB 2015
on Booth C5409.
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Clear-Com To Demonstrate Superior Capabilities of FreeSpeak II Wireless Intercom Solution at NAB 2015

Clear-Com® will bring its latest digital wireless intercom system, FreeSpeak II™ wireless intercom system to NAB 2015 Booth #C5409, taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) from April 13-16, 2015.

FreeSpeak II, which will have its NAB debut, has already proven to be an exceptional wireless intercom system for large scale deployments. FreeSpeak II operates in multiple license-free DECT bands from 1.897-1.933GHz. It succeeds the CellCom system in North America, which will continue to be offered for servicing and supporting existing CellCom system users.

FreeSpeak II (Base, Beltpack, Headset and Antenna)

The FreeSpeak II system delivers many improvements over CellCom. The all-new five-channel digital beltpack has an ergonomic form factor, intuitive operation and a rugged housing that is IP-65 rated for water and dust resistance. The beltpack features internal antennas, “Listen Again” audio memory replay, technician’s flash light on the underside, and real-time battery monitoring. The battery has been logged with an 18 hour continuous talk time. Beltpack users enjoy superior digital ‘Clear-Com Sound’ for clear intelligibility and ultimate audio comfort. Pairing the new beltpacks with the new distributed Active Antennas allows users to simultaneously roam across an expansive area while maintaining reliable wireless connections.

“FreeSpeak II is the wireless system that intercom users have been waiting for, whether in theatre, television, or any location where seamless mobility and high audio performance is essential,” said Simon Browne, Clear-Com’s Director of product management. “What makes FreeSpeak II stand out is not just its ability to intelligently integrate with digital intercom systems, but also the combination of digital audio clarity, innovative features, and reliable wireless connection. FreeSpeak II has made its way to the 2015 Oscars, on the War of the World Tour and on the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show, and proven to be a much more superior DECT wireless intercom system. Users forget that they are even on a wireless system.”

FreeSpeak II can be implemented as a standalone base station wireless system or as an integrated wireless solution within Eclipse HX matrices, known as FreeSpeak II Integra. When using the base station, up to 20 full-duplex wireless beltpacks can be connected; in an integrated matrix setup, as many as 50 (or 25 in North America) full-duplex wireless beltpacks can be used at the same time by strategically placing 10 or more distributed remote antennas to create an expansive coverage zone. These beltpack users are then able to directly communicate with any other remote or local matrix panel or other wireless or wired beltpack user who is on the Eclipse HX Matrix System network.

The complete Clear-Com line of new and enhanced products will be available for demonstration at NAB 2015 on Booth C5409.

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Willow Creek Community Church Relies On Clear-Com’s HelixNet For Critical Communications

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Willow Creek Community Church has purchased a Clear-Com(r)
HelixNet Digital Partyline system as part of a major upgrade of AV equipment at its main campus in South Barrington, IL. The HelixNet solution replaces a legacy Clear-Com analog partyline system that the church has relied upon for over 20 years.

Founded in 1975 by Bill Hybels, Willow Creek began holding services in a movie theater. Today it serves over 20,000 worshippers each weekend from six regional campuses around the Chicagoland area.

The main church campus at South Barrington was built in 1980 (Lakeside Auditorium); the Activity Center in 1990 and the Main Auditorium was opened in 2004. From the start, video, audio and a reliable communication system have played a key part in the services.

“Communication is highly important because we have so many people in the mix and have to coordinate between front-of-house, stage, video and lighting teams. A good communication system keeps tensions to a minimum and maintains a good working environment,” explains Matthew Wentz, Audio Systems Engineer at Willow Creek Community Church.

“Before we had one, we appeared to be yelling at each other when we were really just trying to communicate,” adds Wentz. “We have always used Clear-Com systems in our venues. At South Barrington our main auditorium is still on an Eclipse-Median matrix while our Lakeside Auditorium uses V-Series stations that tie back to the Eclipse-Median, and until recently, our Activity Center was running on a legacy analog Clear-Com partyline system. As we didn’t need multiple digital party lines or forced groups, we didn’t see the need to expand the system further by tying in the HelixNet to the Eclipse-Median. That made the upgrade extremely cost-effective.”

The previous system at the main campus performed extremely well over the years, but advances in technology and workflow meant that the time was right to upgrade to a digital system.

“When we decided to make the switch, we chose to remain with Clear-Com because of our current relationship, and the fact that the HelixNet is reliable, and really easy to setup and get going,” continues Wentz. “With the new system, our infrastructure
is so much cleaner because we can get all our channels down to run on one cable instead of planning for four different sources and working out where they need to go to. It enables us to provide clear, calm, and consistent communication between audio, video, lighting and stage teams, producers and system engineers.”

“Willow Creek Community Church is just one of the hundreds of Clear-Com analog users that continue their relationship with us when it comes time to upgrade to digital,” said Mike Rucker, Director of Sales for North and South America at Clear-Com. “Year after year, we see old customers become new customers again as houses of worship, theaters, broadcasters and other organizations realize the benefits of a digital intercom
system like HelixNet, and the reliability of Clear-Com.”

HelixNet is the industry’s first digital network partyline intercom system. It was designed as a digital version of Clear-Com’s industry-standard analog partyline system, bringing simplicity, efficiency and a powerful set of intelligent features to those users who require a cost-effective digital communication solution.

“Our interaction with Clear-Com was fantastic. They had great design ideas, helped look at what we’d come up with, made suggestions for the best gear to do the project, and even helped with some custom cabling for what we needed,” concludes Wentz.

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Clear-Com Pulls Out All The Stops For New Non Stop Production Facility

Buenos Aires-based Non Stop Productions, a TV production and audio-visual services company serving the Spanish-American market for major production and distribution companies worldwide, has equipped its newest production facility with a variety of Clear-Com(r) intercom and IP communications equipment, based around the Eclipse-Median digital matrix system.

“The technologies in our studios and facilities are the highest quality available, and Clear-Com was chosen for the confidence we have had in their products over the past 12 years that we’ve been using them,” said Jose Lobo, Technical and Operations Manager for Non Stop Productions. “This is especially true when it comes to after-sales service through our local dealer Broadcast Video Solutions [BVS] of Buenos Aires.”

Non Stop’s system includes an Eclipse-Median 32 digital matrix frame, nine ICS-1008E panels, seven I-1210E panels, one V24PDX5Y-IP panel, two TEL-14 telephone interfaces, an HME DX210 two-channel wireless intercom with wired interface and a variety of beltpacks and support equipment.

“For Non Stop Productions, quality is of paramount importance,” said Joquebed Colin Lugo, Sales Engineer for Latin America at Clear-Com. “The faith that they put in Clear-Com intercom and communications solutions is a testament to the quality, reliability and usability that we bring to media organizations all over the world. We look forward to continuing our long relationship with Non Stop for years to come. ”
Non Stop is also integrating its new Eclipse system with Concert over its IP network. The connection between systems is enabled via the IVC-32 IP card which offers high performance and low latency audio connections. Eclipse HX-MedianEnabled by Clear-Com’s I.V.Core technology, each IVC-32 high density card delivers a total of 32 IP-channel (or 32 port) connections, making it the best value IP frame card on the market.

“What we really like about the system is its IP capabilities and virtual panels,” continues Lobo. “Being able to use Concert with the Eclipse gives us the intercom reach and functionality anywhere we need it at Non Stop.”
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SINGAPORE’S NATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER UPDATES COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM WITH CLEAR-COM

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore’s national performing arts center enhances their production intercom system with Clear-Com digital solutions. The center upgrades its existing partyline intercom system with the HelixNet Digital Partyline system, as well as the Eclipse HX Median and Eclipse HX PiCo Digital Matrix Intercom Systems.

The project was supported by Clear-Com’s local partner, Electronics & Engineering Pte Ltd.

Performance communications is an important element in Esplanade’s daily operations, ensuring that all show cues are executed accurately on time and that the performances run smoothly. The existing partyline system was producing constant ‘hum’ and ‘buzz’ noises that are inherent in typical analog systems. The noise was audible and at times, affected the quality of some of the quieter performances, so the decision was made to replace the system with a digital solution.

“The improvement in our communication system was immediate. There was no more ‘noise’ in our intercom system.” said Robin Shuttleworth, Technical Manager, The Esplanade Co Ltd. “We chose the new Clear-Com digital system for its clarity and cost-effectiveness, and also because it could run on our existing infrastructure using Ethernet cable. This was crucial to us, as it allowed us to ‘recover’ intercom points throughout our venues that we otherwise would have had to set up new infrastructure.”

The newly installed HelixNet and Eclipse HX system also integrates seamlessly with Esplanade’s FreeSpeak wireless intercom system. In combination, the Clear-Com solution enables crisp and clean communication throughout the facility, which comprises the Esplanade Concert Hall, Theatre, Recital Studio and Theatre Studio.

“We are delighted to be able to provide a communications system that the team at Esplanade is pleased with,” said Edmund Song, Regional Sales Manager, South Asia Pacific at Clear-Com. “Both the Eclipse HX and HelixNet systems have proven to be very popular with those that require a simple yet effective digital communication system, and the seamless integration between Eclipse and the existing FreeSpeak wireless intercom system provide numerous user benefits for years to come.”

“One of the nice things about the HelixNet System is that it allows the end user to choose any two of the four intercom channels to use, with only one mic cable to the belt pack,” adds Shuttleworth. “The set-up time of the beltpacks has definitely been reduced due to the ease of deployment of the necessary intercom beltpacks throughout the venue for performances.”

Clear-Com worked closely with local System Integrators Electronics & Engineering Pte Ltd to install the system. Shuttleworth states, “With the help of Clear-Com staff, we were able to rectify some initial installation issues accurately. This is a testament to their knowledge of the system, as well as their capabilities. We would also like to commend Electronics & Engineering Pte Ltd for their commitment to the project and support that they provided for both Esplanade and Clear-Com during the installation of the new system.”

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Clear-Com Ships New LQ Series

Clear-Com® announced today that it is now shipping the LQ series, a new family of connectivity devices for linking intercom and audio systems over LAN, WAN or IP networks. Based on Clear-Com’s patented I.V.-Core technology, LQ (formerly known as LINQ) provides the industry with the next step in intercom/audio linking technology.

New product family underlines Clear-Com’s continuing leadership in linking technology for connecting audio and communications systems over IP networks

As part of building a communications link, LQ utilizes the low latency audio CODEC OPUS, which features a range of different settings to provide high quality audio on the network bandwidth available. This means that the LQ Series can be used for intercom conversation, networked music performances and for audio signals that need to betransported between different facilities. The compact LQ throw-down devices enable connections of 2-wire partyline with call signaling and 4-wire audio over LAN, WAN or Internet IP infrastructures. The LQ Series has a 2-wire (LQ-2W2) or 4-wire (LQ-4W2) option. The LQ-2W2 is both Clear-Com and RTS TW compatible. A maximum of six LQ IP interfaces can be linked together in any 2- or 4-wire combination.1_LQ

Stephen Sandford, Product Manager, Clear-Com, said, “Since its introduction at IBC 2014 the LQ series has generated a great deal of interest from users that want to expand their remote communications quickly and easily. Clear-Com’s long-standing development of IP-based solutions gives our users the advantage of tried and trusted technology in this important area.”

CLEAR-COM BRINGS NEW COMMUNICATIONS, CONNECTIVITY AND TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS TO LDI 2014

At the upcoming LDI 2014 exhibition in Las Vegas, Clear-Com® will demonstrate its continued commitment in linking communication groups together with its latest intercom, signal transport and intercom connectivity (ICON) solutions. These new solutions can save users time and money, while making their workflows much more efficient.

Clear-Com will present the new LQ™ Series, a new family of ICON devices for linking intercom and audio systems over IP networks. Visitors will also see the new FreeSpeak II™ wireless intercom system, a DECT-based offering that operates in the license-free band 1.92 to 1.93 GHz. In addition, we will be showing ProGrid™, the synchronous, optical fiber transport solution for audio, intercom, video, and data.

As a low audio latency communication link, LQ Series can be used for natural intercom conversation, networked music performances and for audio signals that are transported between different facilities. Based on Clear-Com’s patented I.V.Core® technology, the compact LQ throw-down devices enable connections of 2-wire partyline with call signaling and 4-wire audio over LAN, WAN or Internet IP infrastructures. LQ Series has a 2-wire (LQ-2W2) or 4-wire (LQ-4W2) option. The LQ-2W2 is both Clear-Com and RTS TW compatible. A maximum of six LQ IP interfaces can be linked together in any 2- or 4-wire combination.

The recent release of FreeSpeak II™ places it as the preferred DECT-based, all-roaming wireless communication solution in the United States and Canada for live event, broadcast, sport production, industrial, military and government applications. Operating in the license-free 1.92 to 1.93 GHz band, FreeSpeak II has been demonstrating its advanced roaming capabilities across large-scale, multi-zone production areas.

The system supports up to 20 full-duplex wireless beltpacks and 10 antennas connected to one base station or fully integrated into the Clear-Com Eclipse HX digital matrix system. The base station has connections for two partylines and four 4-wires, including a dedicated SA output and program audio input. With the full-duplex 7kHz bandwidth, the digital ‘Clear-Com Sound’ reduces ear fatigue after extended usage and delivers clear intelligibility of every word said into the system.

Clear-Com will also highlight ProGrid™, the highly resilient and scalable platform for carrying, distributing, and routing high capacity of audio, intercom and video signals, as well as control data, across long distances without compromising its performance, speed, or quality. ProGrid is based on the open AES3 and AES10 (MADI) standards, providing fiber-based transport, routing and format conversion with full management and diagnostic capabilities using the Optocore® and SANE technologies.

“We are excited to confirm our commitment to the live event and live entertainment markets by showing off our latest innovations at LDI 2014,” said Michael Rucker, Director of Sales–North and South America at Clear-Com. “Clear-Com has been a part of this vibrant market since the beginning. We are pleased to show our latest wired and wireless intercom systems as well as our innovative connectivity and infrastructure solutions. Setting up, managing and using our communication and transport products is quicker and easier than ever before, which allows users to concentrate on providing the best performance possible.”

The complete line of Clear-Com’s new and enhanced products will be available for demonstration at LDI 2014 on booth 1752.

CLEAR-COM PRESENTS NEW COMMUNICATION, CONNECTIVITY AND SIGNAL TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS AT CCW 2014

Clear-Com® will exhibit at Content & Communications World (CCW) 2014, the largest media, entertainment, video and communications technology conference and exposition on the East Coast of the United States. With the new solutions on display, the company will demonstrate its continued commitment in linking communication groups together with its latest intercom, signal transport and intercom connectivity (ICON) solutions.

CCW+SATCON takes place at the Javits Convention Center in New York City on November 12-13, 2014.

On display will be the LQ™ Series, a new family of ICON devices for linking intercom and audio systems over IP networks. As a low audio latency communication link, LQ Series can be used for natural intercom conversation, networked music performances and for audio signals that are transported via different facilities (transmission synchronization). Based on Clear-Com’s patented I.V.Core® technology, the compact LQ throw-down devices enable connections of two-wire partyline with call signaling and four-wire audio over LAN, WAN or Internet IP infrastructures. LQ Series has a two-wire (LQ-2W2) or four-wire (LQ-4W2) option. The LQ-2W2 is both Clear-Com and RTS TW compatible. A maximum of six LQ IP interfaces can be linked together in any 2- or 4-wire combination.

The recent release of FreeSpeak II™ places it as the preferred DECT-based, all-roaming wireless communication solution in the United States for live event, broadcast, sport production, industrial, military and government applications. Operating in the license-free1.9-1.92GHz band, FreeSpeak II has been demonstrating its much improved roaming capabilities across large-scale, multi-zone production areas.

The system supports up to 20 full-duplex wireless beltpacks and 10 antennas connected to one base station. The base station has connections for two partylines and four 4-wires, including a dedicated SA output and program audio input.
With the full-duplex 7kHz bandwidth, the embedded digital ‘Clear-Com Sound’ reduces ear fatigue after extended usage and delivers clear intelligibility of every word said into the system.

Moreover, Clear-Com will also present ProGrid™, the synchronous, optical fiber signal transport system designed to meet the requirements of the professional live audio, broadcast and production industries. This highly resilient and scalable platform can carry, distribute, and route a high capacity of audio, intercom and video signals, as well as control data, across long distances without compromising its performance, speed, or quality. ProGrid is based on the open AES3 and AES10 (MADI) standards, providing fiber-based transport, routing and format conversion with full management and diagnostic capabilities using the Optocore® and SANE technologies.

“CCW 2014 is an important date in Clear-Com’s calendar where we can talk to production professionals about their critical communication requirements, and show how our robust and reliable systems can resolve their communication issues,” said Vinnie Macri, Product Marketing Manager at Clear-Com. “From studio-based operations to large outside broadcasts, Clear-Com has the right communication tools for any kind of production.”

The complete line of new and enhanced products will be available for demonstration at CCW 2014 on booth# 1309.

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CLEAR-COM LAUNCHES FREESPEAK II™ DECT-BASED DUPLEX WIRELESS INTERCOM SYSTEM

At IBC 2014 Clear-Com® will announce the launch of FreeSpeak II™ wireless intercom system, an enhanced DECT-based offering that operates in multiple license-free DECT bands from 1.897-1.933GHz. FreeSpeak II delivers improved roaming capability for reliable wireless connections, superior digital ‘Clear-Com Sound’ for clear intelligibility and ultimate audio comfort, and innovative intercom features that make it a high performance wireless option.
The system is ideal for deployment across large-scale, multi-zone production areas typically required in live events, broadcast and sports production.

More Users, Same Flexibility

FreeSpeak II allows large numbers of wireless beltpack users to simultaneously roam across an expansive production area without compromising on performance. Similar to
its predecessor, FreeSpeak II can be implemented as a standalone base station wireless
system or as an integrated wireless solution within Eclipse HX matrices, known
as FreeSpeak II Integra. When using the base station, up to 20 full-duplex wireless
beltpacks can be connected; in an integrated matrix setup, as many as 50
full-duplex wireless beltpacks can be used at the same time by strategically
placing 10 or more distributed remote antennas to create an expansive coverage
zone. These beltpack users are then able to directly communicate with any other
remote or local matrix panel or other wireless or wired beltpack user who is on
the Eclipse HX Matrix System network.

New Hardware, Better Experience

FreeSpeak II leverages the existing base station from its predecessor that has been updated to work with the new beltpacks and new active antennas. All-new five-channel,
full-duplex FS II-BP wireless beltpack was uniquely designed for the rigorous
demands of large-scale operations and continuous communication use. Ergonomically
positioned controls, intuitive operation and rugged housing make the beltpack
ideal for extended use under harsh conditions. Beltpacks are IP-65 rated for
water and dust resistance for mobile productions. The Li-Ion battery for the
beltpack can last over 18 hours on a full charge. Beltpack operations including
battery health, RF status and Antenna link can be monitored in real-time via
the base station or Eclipse HX version 7.6 software.

The newly-designed Active Antenna provides the cellular roaming capability that keeps wireless users connected to the base station or to the Integra Solution. Enhancements to
the antenna systems now offer a much improved wireless performance and thereby
delivering a reliable wireless connection for mobile intercom users. Locally-powered
Antennas can be positioned up to 3,200ft away, or 800ft away when centrally
powered from the base station. Five way Antenna Splitters extend the base station
to create an expansive coverage area with up to 10 antennas.

Crystal-clear Sound, Ultimate Audio Comfort

FreeSpeak II beltpack users can continue enjoying the highly-intelligible and digitally-clear “Clear-Com Sound at 7kHz “commentator” audio bandwidth. This level of sound
quality offers excellent audio experience and reduces the strain on the user’s ears after extended usage.

Simon Browne, Director of Product Management, Clear-Com, said, “FreeSpeak is a proven duplex wireless solution for large-scale, multi-zone production areas. The introduction of the redesigned FreeSpeak II Beltpack and Antenna provides rugged and ergonomic operation, together with greatly improved radio and audio clarity that will delight our wireless users.”

The FreeSpeak II family of products, together with a wide range of other Clear-Com solutions, will be available for demonstration on Stand 10.D29 at IBC 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLEAR-COM’S HELIXNET™ PARTYLINE INTERCOM SYSTEM WINS ‘BEST OF SHOW’ AWARD AT INFOCOMM 2014

At this year’s InfoComm convention, the latest version of Clear-Com’s HelixNet™ HKB-2X Speaker Station with S-Mount digital networked Partyline Intercom System was recognized by NewBay Media’s Sound & Video Contractor magazine and Pro Audio Group (ProSoundNews & Pro Audio Review) with two coveted “Best of Show” awards. The awards come just months after the HelixNet system was honored with TV Technology magazine’s ‘Best of Show” award at NAB.

NewBay Media’s Best of Show Awards are judged by a panel of engineers and industry experts from submitted nominations. Criteria include ease of installation and use/maintenance, performance, relevance, value/ROI, network friendliness, versatility, and reliability.

The HKB-2X Speaker Station has four channels of intercom communications simultaneously over a single cable, and is able to monitor all four and communicate on any two of those channels at any given time. The S-Mount unit is an attractive yet durable mount that enables the Speaker Station to be used in portable applications. It includes a DC Power connector and XLR-3M and XLR-3F Powerline Intercom Ports for easy connection; additionally it has the capability to be locally powered via an external power supply or use Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) connection.

These two units, along with the new HRM-4X Remote Station, HMS-4X Main Station, and HBP-2X Digital Beltpack, round out the HelixNet digital partyline family and will continue to provide numerous user benefits that have not been delivered by any digital partyline system before. HelixNet is designed to meet the workflow demands in live event corporate production, as well as arena and stadia and performing arts center fixed installations.

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