MONTBONNOT, FRANCE —The Iqyoa *Link IP audio-over-IP transport system from Digigram has earned the "Trophée de l'Embarqué Critique" (Critical Embedded Solution Trophy) at Assises de l'Embarqué 2014.
Presented Nov. 24 in Paris, the award recognizes the reliability and robustness of the developed system, in terms of hardware and software. Digigram's Iqyoa *Link system ensures 24/7 quality of service for the IP-based delivery of digital broadcast radio programs to FM radio transmitters, regardless of complicating factors such as high EMC or installation in remote locations.
“We have designed this system to meet high performance standards, despite variables such as poor network quality, deployment in hard-to-reach, unattended places, and unreliable power sources,” said Michel Quaix, software group manager and solution specialist at Digigram.
Leveraging the ubiquity of IP networks, Iqyoa *Link enables the distribution of digital audio-over-IP networks. The Iqyoa *Link full-duplex encoding and decoding solution provides performance for studio-to-studio and studio-to-transmitter links, as well as audio program delivery to DVB operators.
Based on Fluid IP, the smart IP audio streaming engine developed by Digigram, Iqyoa *Link boasts field-proven MTBF, low back-to-back latency and other features that guarantee audio quality and continuity. The system offers a range of wideband audio compression algorithms that allows for optimum audio quality, regardless of the bandwidth of the IP network. An intuitive Web-based user interface simplifies configuration, control, and monitoring and gives users access to real-time metrics on the network.