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Audio Science Becomes an Axia Partner
Cleveland and New Castle, DE - Nov 14, 2006 - Audio Science has partnered with Axia to provide products that provide direct audio and data transfer between Livewire networks and third-party PC-based digital audio delivery systems and workstations.
Audio Science is an established provider of computer-based audio hardware for the radio industry. The company has provided Cobranet audio interfaces for several years, and the partnership with Axia is part of Audio Science's goal to provide audio hardware to meet the technology needs.
The first Audio Science Livewire product will be an eight-in stereo/eight-out stereo card, similar in function to the company's existing Cobranet card.
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