Digigram will release a new range of remote broadcasting solutions at the NAB Show.
The company says it has collaborated with a large community of journalists and broadcast technicians to develop the tools that promise to “facilitate remote broadcasting.”
Consisting of a range of rack-mountable, portable and mobile IP codecs, a suite of web-based applications, a SIP infrastructure and accessories, a highlight of Digigram‘s new line is the Iqoya Talk.
A portable IP audio codec for remote live operation, Iqoya Talk features a smartphone-like user interface and allows remote reporters to perform key actions in just two clicks. Operators can manage live reporting or commentaries with studio-quality interviews for up to four journalists and guests. The company adds that the user interface is designed for journalists not engineers.
Digigram says that the Iqoya Talk comes as a part of a comprehensive package, including studio and OB van applications, a range of four rack-mountable IP audio codecs, or the company’s flagship multichannel audio IP codec for a large number of streams.
It also features a smartphone application and accessories for mobility; a web codec solution to connect a guest from anywhere, anytime; a suite of web applications to allow technicians to control and manage the entire fleet of codecs; and a secured infrastructure that enables interconnectivity between all the IP codecs.
NAB Booth: N5919