Comrex Exhibits with Verizon Wireless at 2012 CES
Las Vegas - Jan 10, 2012 - From the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Comrex is showcasing its flagship products, the Access IP audio codec and LiveShot IP video codec, in the Verizon Wireless booth.
In 2005, Comrex introduced its Access audio IP codecs for radio broadcasters, which have been greatly enhanced by the ability to work seamlessly over the Verizon 4G LTE network. Comrex became a Verizon LTE Innovation Center participant in 2011 and has been working closely with Verizon in the continued development of 4G LTE for professional broadcast applications.
The ultimate goal of the Access product is to make wireless connections simple for broadcasters," says Tom Hartnett, technical director for Comrex. "This relationship allows us direct contact with not only the provider of the best-deployed 4G network in the U.S., but also a relationship with modem device manufacturers for easier integration.
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