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.
For more than 25 years, through constant innovation and the development of fruitful partnerships, Digigram has been influential in energizing the industry, raising standards, and pushing forward technological development.
For example, Digigram was among the first members of the RAVENNA consortium launched by ALC NetworX in 2010 and was active in the AES67 standardization committee. The company continues to expand its range of products with RAVENNA/AES67 connectivity, which started with the LX-IP RAVENNA multichannel sound card. In the latest phase of evolution, Digigram has added RAVENNA/AES67 connectivity to its IQOYA range of audio-over-IP (AoIP) codecs, which now allow users to get audio programs directly from an in-studio RAVENNA network and subsequently encode and stream them over IP to transmitter sites via a WAN in compliance with EBU ACIP. Users likewise can decode EBU ACIP streams from a WAN to their in-studio RAVENNA network. With these capabilities, radio stations can shift seamlessly toward an IP-based studio infrastructure.
In another demonstration of continual evolution, Digigram is launching its first cloud-based application for managing a fleet of IP audio codecs. The new Codec Fleet Manager is a Web-based application that can be hosted privately on any virtual machine or operated as SaaS in the cloud, enabling structured management of all deployed AoIP contribution codecs. Accessible from anywhere through a Web browser, the application automatically synchronizes phone books, connection profiles, and “favorite” groups of codecs to dramatically simplify deployment and day-to-day operation of the full codec fleet. The release of the Codec Fleet Manager is the first step in Digigram’s larger rollout of cloud-based AoIP solutions.
Those are just two examples of how Digigram’s products and technologies are continually evolving to stay on top of nonstop changes in the market. Further information is available at www.digigram.com.