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Top Reasons to Start Your Facility's Transition to AoIP

By Krissy Rushing on Apr 25, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Updated August 29, 2018

Telos Alliance invented AoIP for broadcast in 2003 when we introduced Livewire, which has since become the foundation for our Axia brand. Today, broadcasters across the globe use Axia products, powered by Livewire, in thousands of AoIP studios worldwide.

Broadcasters are now beginning to understand the benefit of the AES67 interoperability standard (based largely on our Livewire protocol), which is to help them proceed confidently into the future of broadcast using AoIP as a backbone. With AoIP infrastructure and AES67, equipment from multiple manufacturers is interoperable. Clearly, now is the time to engage AoIP at all levels of your broadcast workflow.

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Topics: Audio over IP, AoIP networking, AoIP Upgrade, AoIP studios

Minnesota Public Radio Sticks with Axia for Complete Facility Upgrade

By Krissy Rushing on Jan 10, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Years ago, Minnesota Public Radio was one of the very first Axia customers, outfitting its entire facility with the popular Axia Element consoles. Over the years, the Element console has seen the facility through thick and thin, so much so, that now—more than a decade later—MPR Chief Engineer Bill Dahlstrom and Director of Engineering and Facilities Tom Nelson decided to stick with Axia for their studio-wide console upgrade, installing Axia Fusion consoles throughout. We sat down with Bill to learn more about his experience and why MPR decided to stick with Axia all these years.
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Topics: Axia Audio, Livewire, MPR, Studio Upgrade, Minnesota Public Radio, AoIP Upgrade

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