A Digigram release said, “the full Digigram product line” would be “powered” by Ravenna. It also said that the company was at work on a sound card, the LX-IP.
Digigram CEO Philippe Delacroix said: “As the industry continues to evolve, we are confident that Ravenna and the AES67 standard will be employed widely by the broadcast industry to replace AES and MADI. For this reason, we have made the strategic decision to implement Ravenna into all of our existing products, such as our audio over IP codecs, as well as new products under development.”
ALC NetworX Senior Product Manager Andreas Hildebrand explained the open standard spec: “Ravenna operates in existing network infrastructures using standardized network protocols and technologies. Performance and capacity thus scale with the capabilities of the underlying network architecture, in turn allowing broadcasters to achieve their requirements for low latency, full signal transparency, and high reliability.”
It is compatible with the recently ratified AES67 audio over IP industry standard.