Clear-Com Celebrates 40 Years
Alameda, CA, Cambridge, UK - Aug 12, 2008 - Clear-Com Communication Systems is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The company's first product was its party-line beltpack for live venues. Clear-Com has since expanded its product offerings into broadcasting, government, medical and house of worship segments. In 2003, Clear-Com merged with UK-based Drake Electronics.
Clear-Com notes its major accomplishments of the past 40 years: 1968 - First beltpack and analog party-line system 1976 - First four-wire intercom in 1976 1986 - First intelligent user display panel
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