Codec and audio network equipment maker Digigram has a new cloud-based service for linking remote contributors to studios.
Iqoya Connect will link equipment and users along with providing management and monitoring tools for remote codec fleets and the destination studio codecs.
According to Digigram for the remote user, perhaps a journalist, Iqoya Connect “features a unified web platform where the user’s custom profiles and audio settings are saved.” Connecting back to the studio is kept as a simple mostly automated two-step process.
For reception personnel back at the facility, Iqoya Connect uses a global monitoring interface that provides “real-time monitoring of the codec fleet on one screen … as well as direct access to devices in the field if required.” Codecs can be programmed and live support enabled as well.
“When designing Iqoya Connect, our goal was to simplify the audio professionals’ daily experience while offering more flexibility, security and efficiency,” said Xavier Allanic, Digigram’s vice president of sales.