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Pliant Technologies — New Division Of CoachComm Launches

Pliant Technologies, the new professional intercom division of CoachComm, is making its debut to the professional intercom markets at the 2016 NAB show.

As the new division of CoachComm, Pliant Technologies will continue the company’s tradition of industry-leading intercom technology as the maker of revolutionary Tempest Wireless Intercom Systems. Tempest is relied upon in leading broadcast facilities, live sound, theater, sports, theme parks and major events in over 40 countries. CoachComm’s ability to develop ground-breaking communication technologies, which are innovative, flexible and robust, has made the company a worldwide leader in professional wireless intercom. Along with continuing to manufacture and market Tempest, Pliant will introduce new innovative intercom products.

“We are very excited to announce our new Pliant division, which will bring new exciting industry-changing products to professionals in any intercom application,” says Pliant Technologies Founder and CEO Peter Amos. “Continuing our success from the Tempest wireless intercom product line, our team — now under the Pliant umbrella — will redefine wireless intercom once again. We aim to take a new, pioneering approach to wireless communication, paying close attention to the specific needs of our users in the professional marketplace.”

Broadcast sporting events in large stadiums can present challenging RF environments and no company is more trusted by coaches for critical communication during games. In use at 97 percent of Division 1A level football, representing the top college teams in the U.S., CoachComm brings more than 25-years of experience to creating the same customer-centric focus and proven product reliability to its new professional division and setting a new industry standard.

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