Moseley Associates Rincon
Software-defined audio transport
Rincon is a software-defined audio transport product optimized to deliver multi-channel digital audio over IP, T1/E1 and radio links, and networks simultaneously. Rincon carries up to eight stereo audio channels over the multiple network choices. Backup solutions such as failover inputs, redundant outputs, and automatic switchover in case of audio loss are included, and it even inserts a backup audio file to keep audio on the air in case of total link failures. Choose from linear uncompressed audio or any advanced audio compression algorithms. Management and configuration is handled via Web and SNMP interface and can even be accessed via smartphone.
What the judges had to say:
"There are other multi-connection devices available, but this adds even more than before."
"The built-in backup audio function is useful."
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