(New York--April 12, 2011) Dalet Digital Media Systems, a leading developer of enterprise Media Asset Management (MAM) solutions, and Axia Audio, the networked-audio division of Telos Systems, are showcasing the new Axia Livewire integration with the enterprise Dalet Radio Suite solution at NAB 2011.|
This new integration lets Dalet Radio Suite users send studio-grade audio directly to Axia AoIP networks via their network interface cards, completely bypassing the need for PC soundcards. "Axia is a leading provider of Audio over IP technology and it is important for Dalet and Dalet customers that we qualify and integrate Axia within our Radio technology," says Raoul Cospen, Director of Marketing, Dalet Digital Media Systems. "By leveraging the Axia technology, we are able to simplify Dalet Radio Suite deployments and infrastructure and give our customers a high-quality audio over IP alternative for their operations."
The first mutual client to combine Dalet Radio Suite with Axia Livewire networking is Minnesota Public Radio, one of the largest and most respected public broadcasters in the US, headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota. "Minnesota Public Radio is excited to be taking advantage of the flexibility of multicast IP audio and routing with our play-to-air broadcast systems, by using Dalet's integration with Axia's Livewire network," says Doug Rowe, MPR's Manager of Media Production Systems. "We're pleased to be a part of Axia and Dalet's Livewire partnership."
The partnership between Dalet and Axia underscores the industry's growing demand for networked audio, according to Axia President Michael "Catfish" Dosch. "Axia clients realize that the value of the network comes not from the network itself, but from the variety of devices the network can connect to. Now, Dalet Radio Suite users can easily interface with Axia networks."
Attendees to the NAB event (Las Vegas, NV, April 11 – 14) can see the integrated Dalet/Axia solution at booth SL6014.
Axia, a Telos company, builds Ethernet-based professional IP-Audio products for broadcast, sound-reinforcement, and commercial audio applications. This includes the popular Element 2.0 modular console, designed for on-air, commercial production, audio workstations, and personal studios. Axia also provides the PowerStation integrated console engine, intercom systems, digital audio routers, DSP mixers and processors, as well as software for configuring, managing, and interfacing networked audio systems. For more information, contact Clark Novak at Axia Audio by email at cnovak@AxiaAudio.com, or visit http://www.AxiaAudio.com .
Dalet solutions enable broadcasters and media professionals to create, manage, and distribute content to both traditional and new media channels, including interactive TV, the Web, and mobile networks. Dalet combines, into a single system, a robust and proven Asset Management platform with advanced metadata capabilities, a configurable workflow engine, and a comprehensive set of purpose-built creative and production tools. This integrated and open environment enables end-to-end management of the entire News and Sport and Program content chain, and allows users to effect significant improvements in efficiency, and to maximize the use and value of their assets. Dalet's solutions are delivered through a dedicated Professional and Integration Services Department to ensure the highest possible standards. Dalet systems are used around the world by many thousands of individual users at hundreds of TV and Radio content producers, including public broadcasters (ABS-CBN, BBC, CBC, DR, France TV, RTBF, RFI, Russia Today, RSR & TSR, RT Malaysia, VOA, WDR), commercial networks and operators (Antena 3, Canal +, FOX, eTV, NBC Universal, Orange, Time Warner Cable, Warner Bros., Sirius XM Radio), and government organizations (Queensland JAG, Canadian House of Commons, The European Commission). Dalet is traded on the NYSE-EURONEXT stock exchange (Eurolist C): ISIN: FR0000076176, Bloomberg DLT:FP, Reuters: DALE.PA. ( http://www.dalet.com )