The project was initiated by the AES in December 2010 under the project name AES-X192.
Cumulus Tucson takes the audio codec for a test run at various remotes.
Using IP for audio contribution is now the norm. Here's a recap of the current tech.
Report-IT Enterprise v2.0.5 is a free download from Google Play.
The system enables users to bypass ISP policies and preserve network bandwidth.
Report-IT Enterprise v3.2.5 is available through iTunes.
AoIP interface card and 2013 Pick Hit Award Winner
All Classical Public Media finds a reliable way to send audio over IP with this codec.
Audio IP networking
LAN extender/data link
Control surface for WheatNet-IP
The Telos software update enables smartphone remotes with Luci Live and Luci Live Lite apps.
Mobile broadcast app
Tieline says it's the first major IP audio codec manufacturer to release OPUS and make it available to customers.
SureStream increases the reliability of an IP link by protecting the stream against lost data packets.
Several case studies examine the current trends in distribution via IP links.
The update provides compliance with the EBU audio over IP standards.
IP audio distribution
Compact AoIP mixer
Today's remotes use handheld devices, small portables and other road case must-haves.
SureStream uses re-sequencing technology to stream high-quality audio and recover from lost data packets.
The Flames Sports Network chose IP for college football and basketball broadcasts, and it relies on the Tieline Bridge-IT to get there and back.