Digigram to Feature Iqoya IP Audio Codec Line’s AES67 Compatibility at IBC2014

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MONTBONNOT, FRANCE— Digigram will showcase the addition of Ravenna/AES67 connectivity to its Iqoya range of audio-over-IP codecs at IBC2014.

These solutions are intended to facilitate greater use of IP audio within studios and ultimately enable more flexible design and use of Digigram audio infrastructures.

Ravenna is an AES67-compatible open technology standard. The Ravenna/AES67-compatible Iqoya solutions at IBC2014 allow users to get audio programs directly from an in-studio Ravenna network and subsequently encode and stream them over IP to transmitter sites via a WAN in compliance with EBU ACIP (Tech 3326). Users can also decode EBU ACIP streams from a WAN to their in-studio Ravenna network.

Digigram's Iqoya IP audio codec product range, now equipped with Ravenna/AES67 support, includes the Iqoya *Link, Iqoya *Link/LE, Iqoya *Serv/Link, and Iqoya *Call products. These solutions will be available for demonstration during IBC2014 and available for shipping before the end of the year.

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