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Axia Seeks Mac Users for IP Audio Test
Cleveland - Nov 14, 2008 - Axia Audio has released a beta-software release of its IP audio driver for Mac users. The driver was written for Apple computers with an Intel CPU and OS X v10.5 or higher.
The Axia IP audio driver uses a computer's network interface card to send and receive audio to and from an Axia IP audio network. To request inclusion in the beta-test program, visit the Axia discussion board and read the post. Questions can also be directed to Clark Novak at Axia Audio: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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