Neg Earth Lights sort additional network and control equipment from Sundrax for the Glastonbury 2022, UK’s largest festival. Sundrax, a company that usually operates in architectural, street & city and stage & theatre lighting, provided nodes which were used on the stage output racks and as a part of front of house input nodes provided by Neg at Glastonbury Festival this year.
Ciarán Markey, Senior Network Technician at Neg, provided insight into Sundrax’s nodes and their debut performance at the UK’s largest festival:
“The Sundrax systems display a good and intuitive user experience on their web interface. It supplies a suitable range of settings but keeps in mind the efficiency and streamlined workflows needed for the industry.”
He continues, “Working directly with their technical sales and development team that supported the project on a 360° basis, we suggested a few new features and workflows to ensure our clients are satisfied and provided new ideas to the Sundrax development path.”
“We are excited about serving one of the most important festivals in the UK with our networking nodes,” said Dan Kurt, Sales Engineer at Sundrax.
“Since we first started our business as an engineering team, we have always taken extra care to ensure that our products are reliable and fail-safe.”
“Rack-mounted ArtGate Pro by Sundrax has been specifically designed for touring and festivals. Two EtherCon ports provide additional switch functionality, PowerCON True1 input and thru output, and POE support” he continued. “We are proud to have worked with Neg on the Glastonbury Festival this year, and we are confident that many projects will come our way in the future.”
You may read ArtGate specs and request a quote on the ArtGate Pro product page.