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2wcom MoIN server software links production and distribution Posted: 02/03/2020
2wcom and rsquo;s MoIN server software links production and distribution

2wcom’s Multimedia over IP Network (MoIN) server software is a containerized solution that provides all functionalities that traditional hardware audio over IP codecs have implemented. In contrast to hardware codecs the software offers vast scalability options no matter, if it is run in the cloud or on premise.

Thanks to its realization as a containerized service the operator can make use of the pricing benefit for containers compared to VMs on all major cloud platforms such as AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud. The reason for the better price is that in contrast to a VM containers don’t need allocated resources like vCPUs or RAM. They just consume what the need to. Moreover, the use cases of the software are very different and just a few are named here:

Icecast to DVB Transport Stream Transcoding: This is used by a number of customers who want to make web streams available on a DVB transport stream that can be sent in cable networks or via satellite.

Streaming Encoder: The software can also be used to feed a streaming encoder for example the Wowza streaming cloud. Or, 2wcom’s solution transcodes the audio signals to adaptive bitrate protocols like HLS that can be distributed to the end customer by using a CDN.

Tags: Virtualized | Service | Cloud | Audio over IP | MoIN | 2wcom | Server | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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Paneda opts for 2wcoms 4audio IP and DAB solution to take advantages Posted: 02/03/2020
Paneda opts for 2wcoms 4audio IP and DAB solution to take advantages

Studio to headend: In an IP focused world, also audio is currently moving over to IP distribution which is most cost-efficient form of contribution. Regarding DAB this includes the chance to forward the station programs to the headend via Audio over IP and separate the audio portion from DAB multiplexing system. At Paneda, we do so by using 2wcom’s IP-4c four-channel Audio over IP codec and MoIN Multimedia over IP Network server. Both solutions offer a number of benefits and increase flexibility to handle the entire parts of a project. The basic principle for such setup is that the studio audio contribution feeds the centralized MoIN server over IP and providing the flexibility to choose different codecs and formats between studio and centralized server.

Head end to transmitter sites: 2wcom’s DAB-4c high density converter enables operators to use new and already existing infrastructures at the same time, including EDI and ETI multiplexers as sources or legacy ETI and EDI transmitters. Moreover, a satellite tuner and ASI interfaces allow very cost efficiently integration into already existing DVB-S/S2 satellite distribution systems or ASI networks to optimize coverage and distribute programs to regions that are still lacking broadband IP.


Tags: DAB | DAB-4c | 2wcom | MoIN server | IP-4c | Audio over IP
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2wcoms new products to ease the everyday tasks and challenges of audio broadcast systems Posted: 11/09/2018
2wcoms new products to ease the everyday tasks and challenges of audio broadcast systems

IBC 2018 - 2wcom's new product range is characterized by a completely new technical concept, which offers a wide range of features and opportunities to ease the daily work as well as the increasingly cross-media tasks. Of course, the well-known and proven product range for Audio over IP, SAT, DAB, FM/RDS and MPX over IP is also on stage. 2wcom is this year in hall 8 booth 8.E78.

Tags: 2wcom | MM04C | Moin | Audio over IP | Streaming | Protocols | codec | EBU TECH 3326 | AES67 | SMPTE 2110 | IBC 2018 | IBC 2018
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NUGEN Audios Halo Upmix Streamlines 5.1 Surround Delivery at London-Based Fonic Posted: 12/10/2016
NUGEN Audios Halo Upmix Streamlines 5.1 Surround Delivery at London-Based Fonic
NUGEN Audio today announced that Fonic, a full-service audio post-production facility based in Shoreditch, East London, has chosen the company's Halo Upmix plug-in to provide upmixing for a range of television and cinema productions. Available in Avid AAX, VST, and AU formats, Halo Upmix automates the creation of a stereo-to-5.1/7.1 downmix-compatible upmix with unique center channel management and spatial density controls.
Tags: NUGEN Audio | Halo Upmix | 5.1 | Surround Delivery | Fonic | VisLM-H2 | Plug-in | loudness metering | mointoring | Thomas and Friends | animation | Shoreditch | London
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