Telos Systems Z/IP One
Remote over IP codec
Z/IP One is a 1RU codec designed to maximize audio quality from public IP networks and mobile phone data services, including connections behind NATs and firewalls. Agile Connection Technology (ACT) is the foundation for the Z/IP's performance on real-world networks. When the network is functioning well, Z/IP provides the lowest possible delay and the highest possible fidelity. Should network conditions become challenging, the Z/IP ONE automatically lowers the bit rate and increases buffer length to ensure that the best possible audio quality gets to the studio with the least delay. Z/IP One is wireless capable and can connect to IP networks via Wi-Fi, EVDO and UMTS.
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