Digigram releases live broadcasting firmware
Friday, 3 January 2020
iqoya-x-link-dualfront-hdMore than 10,000 IQOYA are currently in operation around the world
France - To meet the changing needs of its customers, Digigram has enriched the functional scope of its IQOYA X/LINK and IQOYA SERV/LINK IP audio codecs to extend it to remote broadcasting.
Digigram’s IP audio codec configured for remote broadcasting is billed as the only IP audio codec on the market allowing management of up to 32 mono or stereo full duplex IP streams.
For an optimal user experience, a specific mode of use has been added for this new operating mode with dedicated and easy-to-use graphical interfaces, both for the configuration phase and for the operating phases, says the company.
The user can now place calls and be connected to the field or the studio in two clicks. SIP, direct SIP and symmetric RTP connections are supported.
More than 10,000 IQOYA are currently in operation around the world. By using the codec in remote broadcasting mode, the user will continue to benefit from FluidIP, the technology developed by Digigram for establishing reliable and resilient connections on unmanaged networks such as the Internet. In particular, the technology integrates stream redundancy functions such as FEC (Forward Error Correction) or dual streaming with spatial or time diversity.
(Jim Evans)

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