IBC Sneak Peek: Digigram Displays Enhancements
During IBC2014, Digigram says it
will feature two “powerful enablers” of the migration to audio
transport over IP, inside the radio broadcast studio and out.
Digigram’s Iqoya range of
professional-grade AoIP codecs has been enhanced to support Ravenna,
an AES67-compatible open technology standard for low-latency
synchronous AoIP infrastructures in radio facilities.
Demonstrating its increasing
implementation of this technology, the company will highlight how the
Iqoya codec’s new Ravenna/AES67 connectivity allows users to get
audio programs directly from an in-studio Ravenna network and
subsequently encode and stream them over IP to transmitter sites via
a WAN in compliance with EBU ACIP. Iqoya systems with Ravenna
connectivity likewise allow the user to decode EBU ACIP streams from
a WAN to an in-studio Ravenna network.
Digigram also will showcase its
Codec Fleet Manager. Hosted privately on any virtual machine or
operated as SaaS in the cloud, this Web-based application enables
structured management of deployed AoIP contribution codecs.
Accessible through Internet-connected devices such as PCs, tablets
and smartphones, the application automatically synchronizes phone
books, connection profiles and “favorite” groups of codecs to
simplify deployment and day-to-day operation of the codec fleet.
Stand: Stand 8.C51