Digigram Poised for India’s FM Expansion

Digigram is promoting its IQOYA *LINK full-duplex encoding and decoding solution in India as the country begins the Phase-III expansion of its FM radio services.
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Digigram IQOYA *LINK full-duplex encoding and decoding solution
Montbonnot, France (February 3, 2015)—Digigram is promoting its IQOYA *LINK full-duplex encoding and decoding solution in India as the country begins the Phase-III expansion of its FM radio services.

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The Indian government’s Phase III expansion allows for more than 800 new FM channels in nearly 300 cities across the country. The IQOYA product line is already being sold, installed, and serviced in India by Digigram partner Technomedia Solutions Pvt. Ltd, which equips some of the major media groups, including Sun TV.

"With this Phase-III expansion of its radio broadcasting marketplace, India will effectively enable community radio coverage in all cities with populations of 100,000 or more," said Philippe Delacroix, president and CEO at Digigram. "In order to provide localized information and programming to local audiences, new privately-owned broadcast facilities will require affordable and reliable audio transport solutions for studio-to-studio and studio-to-transmitter links. IQOYA *LINK meets this demand, enabling the distribution of digital audio-over-IP networks and delivering the audio quality and continuity critical in professional broadcast applications."

Developed in collaboration with major European telcos and now deployed around the world, the IQOYA *LINK is equipped with Digigram's FluidIP codec engine with multiple failover options, as well as redundant dual streaming and smart mechanisms.

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