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Sound4 Becomes Axia Partner
Cleveland - Mar 16, 2010 - Sound4, maker of multi-band PC-based audio processing cards for HDFM, DAB, DRM, DMB and WebRadio broadcasting, is now an Axia Audio partner with plans to integrate the Livewire AoIP standard into Sound4 products, the first of which will be an eight-channel voice processor launching at the 2010 NAB Show.
Sound4, based in Lyon, France, builds broadcast sound processors, audio IP networking products and now multichannel voice processors based on independent PC cards.
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