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IBC Sneak Peek: Digigram Displays IP Solutions, Sound Cards

Presents technology designed to improve productivity, flexibility, and program quality

Featuring the latest innovations in IP audio codecs and IP studio migration, Digigram will showcase IP solutions and sound cards that it says help broadcasters improve their productivity, flexibility, and program quality.

Digigram will introduce its Iqoya *VIP engine, which combines the Iqoya IP audio streaming and encoding engine with real-time ACIP and AES67 audio over IP interfaces and critical clock management functionality in a software solution tailored for broadcast OEM partners and system integrators.

The company also will showcase two products designed to enhance and simplify outside remote broadcasting operations: the Iqoya *Cloud codec fleet-management application built on a secure and robust SIP infrastructure and the Reporter Pack integrated mobility solution.

Digigram also will unveil its compact, high-density, ultra-low-power Iqoya *X/Link, which integrates multiple IP audio codecs and transcoding servers on an enhanced version of Digigram’s Iqoya ARM-based platform. The Iqoya *X/Link is a distribution solution fully dedicated to IP studios using AES67-synchronous AoIP and Livewire sources. According to the company, it facilitates robust low-latency and multi-program delivery for studio-to-studio links, studio-to-transmitter links, DVB radio, and web radio program distribution.

IBC stand: 8.C51