“Like radio broadcasters around the world, South Korea’s broadcasters are making the shift to IP-based operations,” said Peter Moh, CEO at Soundfox International. “Robust and reliable Iqoya products from Digigram give us valuable tools in supporting our customers with full IP solutions — right up to the transmitter link. Working closely with Digigram, we’ll serve as an agile, responsive local resource for Iqoya product support and integration.”
According to Digigram, in addition to easing the IP migration, its AoIP solutions help broadcasters improve their productivity, flexibility and program quality. The company’s Iqoya *Link and Iqoya *Link/LE STL audio-over-IP codecs are full-duplex encoding and decoding solutions for IP-based studio-to-studio and studio-to-transmitter links, as well as web streaming.
“Soundfox International will help us boost our presence in the country’s broadcast market and reach more customers interested in IP,” said Jérémie Weber, CEO at Digigram. “For area broadcasters, improved access to innovative AoIP solutions will help them in making a flexible, cost-effective IP transition.”