Digigram Iqoya *Call
AoIP for remotes
An audio over IP solution for the management of remote contributions, Iqoya *Call establishes a full-duplex connection between a reporter and a newsroom or a studio. If the remote equipment is an Iqoya V*Mote product, it can even be controlled directly through Iqoya *Call. Total cost of ownership of traditional systems (satellite, switched telecoms circuits, etc.), potential technical glitches and reduced availability of ISDN lines in some regions, together with the availability of cost-effective IP networks with Quality of Service have sparked demand for more affordable and flexible solutions: With Iqoya *Call, you can now build low-latency IP audio contribution links you can trust, while keeping costs under control.
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