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Fostex Becomes Digigram EtherSound Licensee
Munich - May 14, 2002 - Digigram and Fostex Japan announced at AES that they have signed contracts for Fostex to license Digigram's patent-pending Ethersound technology in its forthcoming products.
Digigram announced that other licensing contracts will be signed in the near future. By the end of the year products by Digigram, Fostex and other companies will form a portfolio of Ethersound-compliant solutions for the public address and pro sound installation markets.
Patent-pending Ethersound enhances established technologies to easily and economically create low-latency audio networks using standard Ethernet cabling and components. Ethersound is designed to connect digital audio sources to networked audio devices. As many as 64 channels of 24-bit digital audio at 48KHz, plus bi-directional control information, may be transported to a number of networked audio devices.
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