For Immediate Release
Ottawa, ON – (April 4, 2019): International Datacasting Corporation (IDC) announced a new partnership with Digigram and will be launching the ENC5010 XLINK by digigram professional audio encoder line—based on Digigram’s IQOYA X/LINK—for the global broadcast radio market at the upcoming National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas April 8-11.
Advanced features include:
- Support for Analog, AES, AES67, Ravenna, and Livewire
- Multiple models will be available to support single, dual, and multichannel configuration
- Compatible with IDC’s SuperFlex and STAR systems
- Dual streaming mode to enable satellite & internet distributions
IDC VP of Business Development and Products, Gary Carter commented, “We work closely with our customers to design the best possible solution for each network. We also work closely with partner companies to test, tweak, and even customize products for seamless integration. This process is important for backwards compatibility and network longevity. Digigram has been great to work with on this new product line, we look forward to a long partnership.”
The first ENC5010 XLINK by digigram model will be on display at the National Association of Broadcasters NAB show in Las Vegas, April 6-11. International Datacasting/Novra Group will be exhibiting in South Hall, booth SU3621, and Digigram is in Booth N5919.
About International Datacasting Corporation (IDC): Part of the Novra Group (Novra, TSX-V: NVI) IDC is a longtime global provider of products, systems and services for the distribution of radio and multimedia broadband content. The Novra Group of companies includes Novra Technologies, International Datacasting Corporation, and Wegener Communications. The companies in the group are known for a strong focus on applications including broadcast video and radio, digital cinema, digital signage, and highly reliable data communications. For more information visit: datacast.com.
About the Digigram: For over 30 years, Digigram has developed innovative digital audio systems that make modern broadcasters’ rapidly evolving operations more efficient, more reliable and more effective. Used by thousands of journalists, broadcasters and industrial users all over the world, Digigram’s sound cards, audio processing software and pioneering IP audio technologies are designed with a consistent attention to quality and reliability. Digigram (DIG) is publicly listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris stock exchange. More information is available at www.digigram.com.
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