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.
IBC Stand: Stand 8.C51