Digigram to Showcase Audio and Video Over IP Solutions at IBC2016

Digigram announces they will present their new Audio and Video Over IP Solutions at IBC 2016. They plan to showcase the IQOYA *X/LINK and the AQORD 4K Ultra HD (UHD) HEVC Encoder/Decoder.

The IQOYA *X/LINK integrates multiple IP audio codecs and transcoding servers on an enhanced version of Digigram's IQOYA ARM-based platform, powered by the FluidIP encoding and streaming engine, to facilitate robust low-latency distribution for SSL, STL, DVB, and web radio programs from low-latency, AES67-synchronous AoIP sources.

Running on a fan-free and ultra-low-power 10W platform, while supporting up to bidirectional stereo codecs with AES67 inputs and outputs, the IQOYA *X/LINK allows users to focus power while ensuring the integrity of content delivery. The IQOYA *X/LINK offers all the benefits of Digigram's IQOYA *LINK stereo codec in a more convenient, more compact, high-density system.

The Digigram IQOYA *X/LINK Audio IP codec and trancoder server.

The Digigram IQOYA *X/LINK Audio IP codec and trancoder server.

The AQORD 4K Ultra HD (UHD) HEVC Encoder/Decoder, instead, leverages HEVC/H.265 to enable cost-effective contributions of high-resolutions videos (up to 4Kp60, 4.2.2, 10-bit, 120 Mbps), which are increasingly used for premium-quality and live event production. It also requires half the bandwidth of its legacy H.264 systems, as it is designed to stream premium live content with pristine video quality and ultra-low latency at a minimal bitrate in a low-power (<100W), compact form factor (short 1U appliances) ideal for OB vans.

The AQORD 4K Ultra HD (UHD) HEVC Encoder/Decoder allows broadcasters to build an end-to-end live 4K-UHD or multiple-HD contribution link with a single pair of hardware-based, OB-van-compatible video-over-IP codecs.

Both these products will be showcased and presented by Digigram at IBC 2016.

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