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Worldcast Systems APT Worldcast Oslo AoIP NextGen
Fully compatible with existing Oslo units, the AoIP NextGen card combines audio, IP transport and auxiliary data on a single module providing the user with audio over IP performance, as well as scalability and flexibility. It also features SureStream, which enables broadcast-quality audio over public Internet links. With six cards per Oslo and four channels per card, the unit is able to decode up to 24 streams, even discrete mono channels with independent bit rates and algorithms, from independent locations. The IP performance is increased because each AoIP NextGen card handles its own IP traffic, avoiding any bottlenecks in the system, and embedded aux data means there is no need for to invest in additional cards.
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