Digigram Issues Firmware Upgrade For IQOYA Codecs

Digigram has introduced a firmware upgrade for One IP, its audio system for remote broadcasting.

Digigram said the new firmware offers an intuitive web interface to place calls from the address book in two clicks (SIP, Direct SIP or Symmetric RTP).

The firmware includes low latency audio connections, reliable and resilient connections even over inexpensive unmanaged IP networks and EBU/ACIP compliance for interoperability with third-party codecs and any SIP infrastructure.

IQOYA SERV/LINK is the audio-over-IP solution with the highest codec density in a one-unit rack mount. 

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