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Telos Releases Updated Zephyr iPort Software
Cleveland - Dec 15, 2010 - Telos Systems has released a free software update for the Zephyr iPort MPEG Gateway. This release, version 1.5.1b, enables new functions such as setting up a 16-decoder iPort, GPIO tied to MPEG audio streams, Shoutcast support and more.
Zephyr iPort can transport multiple channels of stereo audio across IP networks with guaranteed QoS, such as STL links, Internet streaming, satellite uplinks, broadcasting to cell phones and other audio distribution systems.
Because not every remote connection is the same, Zephyr iPort users can select which protocols to use: MPEG Layer 2, Layer 3, AAC and aacPlus choices, plus low-delay AAC-LD and high-efficiency low-delay AAC-LD+HE. Zephyr iPort also includes AAC-HE+PS (high efficiency + perceptual stereo).
Download the latest software: www.telos-systems.com/support/software.htm
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