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Biamp acquires Danish control systems manufacturer

Neets A/S control systems intended to enhance Biamp's current control offerings

Biamp has announced the acquisition of Neets A/S, manufacturer of AV control systems, based in Horsens, Denmark. Biamp is based in Beaverton, Oregon, and offers a wide range of audiovisual solutions that facilitate communication and collaboration in conference rooms, lecture halls, auditoria, arenas, stadia, and hospitality and retail space. Neets’ products and expertise are intended to enhance Biamp’s current control offerings.

“Neets is a company I’ve been impressed by and have been following for many years,” said Rashid Skaf, Biamp president, CEO, and co-chairman. “Their products are notable for their extraordinary ease of use and careful consideration of everyone that encounters them in the product life cycle – from designer, to programmer, to installer, to end user.

“I’m extremely pleased to welcome Neets into the Biamp family. Their products directly complement our solutions and will allow us to target an even wider range of venue types, sizes, and use cases and offer even more complete systems. This acquisition makes it easier than ever for our customers to stay within the Biamp solutions family for all applications.”

Michael Jarl Christensen, CEO of Neets A/S added: “I am excited to combine forces with Biamp and deliver the benefits of Neets’ solutions to a global audience. The Neets team has spent over two decades building and refining the best control solutions in the industry. As part of Biamp, with its broad product portfolio and worldwide distribution system, Neets will be able to deliver its products to a far larger customer community. Together, Biamp will offer one of the broadest, most capable family of AV solutions available from any vendor anywhere in the world.”

Neets will join Biamp as a new product family within the company’s portfolio, with business functions gradually being blended to form a single Biamp business.