The company says it added new graphical interfaces specific to the configuration and operating phases. In two clicks, users can place calls to the field or the studio. With the update, the codecs support SIP, direct SIP and symmetric RTP connections using the address book.
In remote broadcast mode, FluidIP integrates stream redundancy functions such as forward error correction or dual streaming with spatial or time diversity to establish reliable and resilient connections on unmanaged networks.
Additionally, Digigram says the updated firmware features low-latency audio connections and EBU/ACIP compliance for third-party codecs and SIP infrastructure interoperability.
Iqoya Serv/Link has the highest codec density in 1U, according to Digigram. In remote mode, it can manage up to 32 mono or stereo full duplex IP streams regardless of the audio encoding format and the audio connectivity; and when in the “program distribution” configuration, it supports up to 128 mono input and output channels and able to simultaneously encode, decode and transcode IP audio streams.