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Tieline Integrates Genie IP Audio Codecs with Wheatnet IP
Perth, Western Australia, and New Bern, NC - Mar 13, 2012 - Tieline has entered a technology partnership with Wheatstone designed to integrate Tieline IP audio codecs into the Wheatnet IP environment. This allows Tieline Genie IP codecs to broadcast IP audio between remotely located Wheatnet IP studios.
Genie is an STL-grade IP audio codec that can distribute four channels of Wheatnet IP audio via Tieline's Wheatnet IP audio card. The card provides a LAN interface for connecting Genie directly to a Wheatnet IP network to allow it to distribute audio to another studio over external IP networks like the Internet. At the same time all audio can be preserved in the Wheatnet IP environment.
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