05.06.2005 04:47 PM
Digigram intros eXaudi technology

Digigram’s XIP882 combines in a single device the functions of four different product categories.
Digigram has introduced its new eXaudi technology, a combined IP audio streaming, processing and routing system.

Digigram’s XIP882 combines in a single device the functions of four different product categories: IP streaming client/servers, audio processors, routers, and codecs. eXaudi enables the integration of automation applications and audio transport over IP networks within a single scalable, manageable, and integrated system.

The XIP882 features eight audio inputs and eight audio outputs in both analog and digital formats. An embedded matrix provides routing capabilities from any input to any output. System wide, the IP network enables an every-input-to-every-output-routing matrix.

eXaudi guarantees IP streaming with a professional Quality of Service (QoS), including FEC-based packet loss recovery, sample accurate stream synchronization and managed latency.

For more information, visit www.digigram.com.

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