Digigram to Bring IP Audio Gear to BES Expo 2017

Showcasing products that address IP audio application performance January 5, 2017

MONTBONNOT, FRANCE—Digigram’s suitcases will be packed with products that highlight the company’s Audio over IP (AoIP) technology when it travels to BES Expo 2017 in February. From its AoIP distribution range, Digigram will have its IQOYA *Link and IQOYA *Link/LE stereo AoIP distribution codecs, as well as the IQOYA *Serv/Link multiple-stereo or multichannel AoIP codec. The company will also unveil its new IQOYA *X/Link platform.

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IQOYA *X/Link

The IQOYA *Link and IQOYA *Link/LE codecs are full-duplex encoding and decoding systems for IP-based studio-to-studio and studio-to-transmitter links, as well as audio program delivery to DVB operators. Both codecs are based on FluidIP technology and feature high mean time between failures (MTBF) and low back-to-back latency. Additional features include audio synchronization based on Network Time Protocol, an intuitive web-based user interface, and access to real-time metrics on the network.

Digigram’s IQOYA *Serv/Link codec incorporates multiple distribution codec instances and FludIP technology on a single processing hardware platform for the transport of multiple audio programs over IP networks in a high-density format. The 1RU version can handle up to eight stereo analog channels, 16 stereo AES/EBU channels, 32 stereo MADI channels or multichannel LAN IP audio interfaces, and up to 64 codecs with multiple GPIOS and RS-232 ports for auxiliary data tunneling. The system supports analog, AES, MADI, Livewire, or Ravenna audio connectivity and multiple audio codecs.

New to Digigram’s lineup is the IQOYA *X/Link system, a 1RU fanless rack that integrates multiple IP audio codecs and transcoding servers for low-latency distribution for studio-to-studio links, studio-to-transmitter links, DVB radio and web radio programs from AES67-synchronous AoIP sources. The system provides encoding, decoding and transcoding of multiple audio programs for distribution over AES67-compliant networks, Ravenna networks, or Livewire networks. It supports up to 10 bidirectional stereo codec, performs multiformat encoding, and offers three network interfaces.

In addition, the IQOYA *Call and *Call/LE AoIP codecs will be on hand. These systems allow users to build low-latency IP audio contribution links.

Digigram will be located at stand 63 during BES Expo 2017, which will take place from Feb. 2-4.

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