Cleveland, OH (April 15, 2015)—The Telos Alliance has unveiled Livewire+, which integrates AES67 compliance into the company’s standards-based Audio-over-IP protocol.
The technology that enables Livewire+ and AES67 to coexist within a common Ethernet switch fabric is possible, in part, from The Telos Alliance’s commitment to standards and interoperability. “Since 2003, we’ve actively advocated for and promoted open standards for AoIP,” says Marty Sacks, Telos Alliance VP of sales, support & marketing. “We make Livewire freely available to hardware manufacturers with no per-unit royalties. We’ve shared our tech with more than 80 Livewire Partners, whose products comprise the largest ecosystem of interoperable AoIP equipment in the world.
“When the Audio Engineering Society began discussing a formal standard, we were the first to commit, becoming a founding and sustaining member of the X192 group that defined the AES67 standard. We even contributed our own patented technology to help speed the process. And we’re founding members of the Media Networking Alliance, formed to help implement industry adoption of AES67.”
Livewire is reportedly in more than 5,500 broadcast facilities worldwide. Axia clients with xNode AoIP interfaces can upgrade them to Livewire+ free of charge, by installing xNode v1.6.4e software from Telos Alliance.
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