Montbonnot, France (April 18, 2016)—Digigram will partner with the Media Networking Alliance (MNA) and ALC NetworX at the 2016 NAB Show to demonstrate its audio-over-IP technologies and solutions.
At the Media Networking Alliance (MNA) booth, Digigram will showcase its IP codecs, highlighting its IQOYA *CALL remote-broadcasting AoIP codec. At the ALC NetworX booth, the company will feature new IP-audio networking sound cards, such as the AES67-compatible LX-IP PCIe card, for broadcast and AV installations.
"Working with key industry partners, including MNA and ALC NetworX, we've been able to develop products that help broadcasters make a smart, seamless transition toward IP-based media transport," said Pascal Malgouyard, head of product marketing at Digigram. "The IQOYA *CALL codec offers a unique link between the worlds of unmanaged IP networks such as the Internet and synchronous AoIP like AES67, and our LX-IP card is being used by key industry players as a bridge to enable their RAVENNA and AES67 migration. We look forward to showcasing these products on partner booths at the NAB Show."
In the MNA booth, Digigram will provide a live demonstration of audio networking interoperability that features 27 commercially available networked-audio products from 13 different manufacturers, employing audio networking technologies such as Dante, Livewire, and RAVENNA audio-over-IP protocols. Products from ALC NetworX, Digigram, DirectOut, Focusrite, Genelec, Lawo, Meinberg, Merging Technologies, NTP Technology, Solid State Logic, Studer, The Telos Alliance, and Yamaha will be connected to a simple network with a single Ethernet switch to show how AES67-specific extensions to different network platforms enable the common interchange of digital audio.
In the ALC NetworX booth, Digigram will demonstrate how the ALC NetworX RAVENNA technology implementation for real-time IP-based distribution of audio and other media content powers its complete product line. Digigram will feature its LX-IP PCIe sound card, which serves as a bridge between the PC and audio over IP.