Audemat-Aztec Obtains 400-license Agreement with Clear Channel
Miami - Oct 6, 2006 - Audemat-Aztec has signed a contract with Clear Channel for the delivery of 400 licenses of the IP2Choice V2 software. That software and firmware package will be embedded and will operate in the hardware designed and manufactured by Sealevel Systems following Clear Channel specifications.
This transmitter remote control unit will include all the features of the existing IP2Choice V2 and will integrate some specific requirements from the Clear Channel engineering team working on that project. The roll-out is expected to begin early in 2007. This software/firmware package will be available for the IP2Choice or the Sealevel platforms.
Clear Channel wanted to enable scripts for automatic multimode failover protection in a system that could be standardized throughout the company.
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