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Digigram at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 03/03/2017
Digigram has dedicated three decades to developing secure solutions for handling high-quality content. At the 2017 NAB Show, Digigram will highlight its professional analog, digital, and IP sound cards, along with audio-over-IP codecs dedicated to outside broadcasting and program distribution. The company will highlight how, in addition to providing audio interfaces and transport-over-IP solutions, it now provides cloud applications that simplify remote contribution, as well as codec management with secure SIP infrastructure for outside broadcasting applications.
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Digigram at BES EXPO 2017 Posted: 05/01/2017
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Exhibiting With Technomedia Solutions on Stand 63 (IP Audio)
 
On partner Technomedia Solutions' stand 63, Digigram will highlight a complete range of products designed to address the performance and cost requirements of all IP audio applications. Implemented by the world's largest telecommunications companies, Digigram's IP solutions simplify the capture and delivery of high-quality audio over IP networks. At BES EXPO 2017, the company will feature its audio-over-IP (AoIP) distribution range, focusing on the IQOYA *LINK and IQOYA *LINK/LE stereo AoIP distribution codecs, as well as the high-density IQOYA *SERV/LINK multiple-stereo or multichannel AoIP codec for professional IP audio distribution. These codecs are the best available on the market, winning the Critical Embedded Solution Trophy in 2014. Digigram will also unveil its new compact, high-density, ultra-low-power IQOYA *X/LINK. This new platform integrates multiple IP audio codecs and transcoding servers to facilitate robust low-latency distribution for studio-to-studio links (SSL), studio-to-transmitter links (STL), DVB radio, and web radio programs from low-latency, AES67-synchronous AoIP sources.
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FM Hokkaido Broadcasting Creates Economical, High-Performance STLs With Digigram Audio-Over-IP Codec Posted: 08/11/2016
Digigram, developer of innovative audio and video solutions, today announced that FM Hokkaido Broadcasting is using the Digigram IQOYA *LINK audio-over-IP (AoIP) codec to establish new cost-effective, high-performing IP links between its station in Sapporo and six transmitter sites. Supplied by SCA Sound Solutions, the IQOYA systems enable FM Hokkaido Broadcasting to reduce the cost of each studio-to-transmitter (STL) link using equipment that requires just half the space of the ISDN system it replaces.
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New IQOYA *VIP Makes Digigrams Renowned Audio-Over-IP Technology Available in Software Posted: 02/09/2016
Digigram, developer of innovative audio and video solutions, today introduced its new IQOYA *VIP audio-over-IP (AoIP) software, which provides high-performance encoding, decoding, and streaming capacity for both Windows® and Linux applications. Using IQOYA *VIP to access and leverage Digigram's renowned AoIP technology as a software service, ecosystem partners can more quickly create their own live-streaming, processing, and encoding systems.
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Digigram Unveils IQOYA *X LINK System for Cost-Effective Full IP Delivery of Multiple Audio Programs to Multiple Targets Posted: 11/08/2016
Digigram, developer of innovative audio and video solutions, today announced the release of the compact, high-density, ultra-low-power IQOYA *X/LINK. The new device integrates multiple IP audio codecs and IP audio protocols to facilitate robust low-latency distribution for studio-to-studio links (SSL), studio-to-transmitter links (STL), DVB radio, and web radio programs from low-latency, AES67-compatible synchronous audio-over-IP (AoIP) sources.
Tags: Digigram | IQOYA *X/LINK System | IP Delivery | IQOYA ARM-based platform | IBC2016 | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Digigram at IBC2016 Posted: 18/07/2016
At IBC2016, Digigram will present IP solutions that help broadcasters around the world to improve their productivity, flexibility, and program quality. Digigram experts will show the company's latest innovations in IP audio codecs, codec fleet management, and monitoring in the cloud, as well as audio-over-IP (AoIP) sound cards for IP studio migration and IP middleware licensing for smart AoIP streaming, processing, and encoding systems. Digigram will also showcase its new AQORD 4K Ultra HD (UHD) HEVC end-to-end video-over-IP solution.
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Digigram IBC2015 Product Preview Posted: 15/07/2015
Positioned at the convergence of professional audio and video with IT, Digigram offers IP-based solutions that enable users worldwide to increase their competitiveness through change. 
 
The company's products enable the reliable capture, production, and delivery of high-quality audio and video over IP networks. Its innovative IP audio codecs, professional sound cards, and audio processing software are used by thousands of journalists, broadcasters, and audio engineers worldwide. Digigram's all-IP video product line provides advanced contribution and distribution solutions to broadcast, IPTV, Web TV, and OTT operators. The company also delivers key audio/video technologies and OEM solutions to software vendors and manufacturers.
Tags: Digigram | AoIP | Audio-Over-IP | Video-Over-IP | IQOYA | AQORD | HEVC | IP Audio Codec | Encoding | Contribution | Distribution
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Digigram Releases Powerful IQOYA *SERV LINK Multichannel IP Audio Codec in High-Density 1-RU Design Posted: 09/07/2015
Digigram, developer of innovative audio and video solutions, today announced the release of its IQOYA *SERV/LINK multichannel IP audio codec in a new 1-RU unit that supports up to 64 stereo channels -- an industry first. With this upgrade, Digigram provides a more powerful and much more compact audio-over-IP solution that enables users to send multiple audio programs simultaneously to a variety of destinations -- such as FM transmitters, a DVB/cable operator, or Web radio CDNs -- using a single piece of equipment.
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Digigrams IQOYA *CALL and IQOYA *CALL LE AoIP Codecs Now Support Livewire Connectivity Posted: 11/04/2015

Digigram, developer of innovative audio and video solutions, today announced that its IQOYA *CALL and IQOYA *CALL/LE AoIP (audio-over-IP) program contribution codecs now integrate with the Axia IP-audio native Livewire protocol. The integration allows users of Axia mixing consoles and radio automation equipped with an Axia IP-audio driver or Livewire sound card to exchange Livewire streams directly with Digigram AoIP codecs, a capability that is becoming increasingly more important as studios migrate to IP technology.

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Buddhist Television Network Uses Digigram IQOYA *LINK LE to Extend Programming Onto Four New Web Radio Channels Posted: 16/01/2015

Digigram today announced that Seoul, Korea-based Buddhist Television Network (BTN) has built a new Internet radio service on the IQOYA *LINK/LE audio-over-IP transport system. Supplied by system integrator Digicom, four Digigram IQOYA *LINK/LE IP audio codecs ensure straightforward, reliable encoding and streaming of four new Web radio channels that complement BTN's existing lineup of cable, satellite, and IPTV channel offerings.

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Digigram IQOYA *LINK IP Audio-Over-IP Transport System Earns Critical Embedded Solution 2014 Honor Posted: 19/12/2014

The IQOYA *LINK IP audio-over-IP transport system from Digigram has earned the "Troph©e de l'Embarqu© Critique" (Critical Embedded Solution Trophy) at Assises de l'Embarqu© 2014, France's premier convention for the embedded industry. Presented Nov. 24 in Paris, the award recognizes the reliability and robustness of the developed system, in terms of hardware and software, in challenging environmental conditions. Digigram's IQOYA *LINK system ensures 24/7 quality of service for the IP-based delivery of digital broadcast radio programs to FM radio transmitters, regardless of complicating factors such as high EMC or installation in remote locations.

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Digigram IQOYA *CALL and IQOYA *CALL LE IP Audio Codecs Now Shipping With Free Opus Option Posted: 09/09/2014

Digigram today announced that it has added support for the Opus encoding algorithm to the already extensive list of algorithms supported by the company's IQOYA *CALL and IQOYA *CALL/LE IP audio codecs. A native digital audio compression algorithm with very low latency, Opus deftly addresses critical issues associated with the use of IP networks for real-time audio transport. Offering the benefits of Opus support, including greater choice in the use of "last-mile" networks, the Digigram IQOYA *CALL product family makes IP-based audio contribution an even more compelling option for broadcasters.

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Digigram to Showcase RAVENNA AES67 Compatibility of IQOYA IP Audio Codec Line at IBC2014 Posted: 08/08/2014

Digigram today announced that it will showcase the addition of RAVENNA/AES67 connectivity to the company's IQOYA range of audio-over-IP (AoIP) codecs at IBC2014. In enabling radio facilities to take advantage of the technical and cost benefits of high-performance RAVENNA networks and AES67 compatibility, these solutions help ease users' migration toward greater use of IP audio within their studios and ultimately facilitate more flexible design and use of their audio infrastructures.

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Digigram AoIP Distribution Codec IQOYA *SERV LINK Now Supports up to 32 MADI Stereo Channels and 32 Stereo Codecs in 1-RU Posted: 01/04/2014

Digigram today announced the release of the company's renowned IQOYA *SERV/LINK IP audio codec in a space-saving new 1-RU design that supports up to 64 MADI channels of radio programs, intercom, and commentary channels for radio and television broadcast applications.

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New NTP Audio Synchronization Feature for Digigrams IQOYA IP Audio Codecs Improves Continuity of Radio Broadcasts Posted: 20/03/2014

Digigram today announced the release of a new Network Time Protocol (NTP) feature for the company's IQOYA *LINK, IQOYA *LINK/LE, and IQOYA *SERV/LINK IP audio codecs. Facilitating audio synchronization via an NTP server, this feature allows radio broadcasters to assure a seamless audio experience for on-the-go listeners receiving signals from a series of different transmitters in a multiple-frequency FM network and to resolve the audio delay caused when adjacent transmitters receive signals from different sources, such as satellite and terrestrial IP links. 

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