Digigram is all set to present ONE IP, its range of remote broadcasting solutions at BCA, booth #4H2-05.
In a world where information is being shared and consumed faster than ever, where everyone needs to be everywhere at the same time; media must be at the heart of the information.
This is especially true in Asia. Despite a constrained environment, contributors are expected to provide quality content, on the move and in an eyeblink, from wherever they may be.
Digigram has collaborated with a large community of journalists and broadcast technicians to develop the tools that will set new standards for remote broadcasting.
“Closer than ever to the action and often alone in front of a multitude of uncertainties, journalists today have to be hyper-efficient and technicians are expected to set up their systems in advance from a remote location. After careful consideration of the needs of our users, we have come up with a solution that meets every request. We believe that we can make their day to day operations simpler,” said, Jeremie Weber, Digigram’s CEO.
From the needs of on-field reporters to studio work, Digigram has considered all scenarios to release a complete solution that is both accessible and reliable.
“All our remote broadcasting products have been designed to work independently, but their true strength lies in their unified application. The user interface of all our remote broadcasting codecs will remain the same, making it easier for the user to switch between them. In the studio, the content coming from OB vans, our portable codecs, and our smartphone applications will be received, controlled and managed by a single interface. This is the main feature of our remote broadcasting offer: a unified and complete solution; what we like to call as our ‘ONE’ IP audio solution,” explained, Raphael Triomphe – Digigram’s CMO.
Consisting of a whole range of IP codecs – rack-mountable, portable and mobile – a suite of web-based applications, a SIP infrastructure and accessories, Digigram‘s solution is ready to take remote broadcasting to the next level.
The highlight of Digigram’s remote broadcasting solution is IQOYA TALK, a portable IP audio codec dedicated to remote live operations requiring high-reliability transmission & broadcast audio quality.
Designed with a user interface as intuitive as any smartphone, IQOYA TALK allows remote reporters to perform all the key actions in just 2 clicks. Live reporting or commentary can be performed, as well as studio-quality interviews for up to four journalists and guests, with a user experience designed for the non-technical.
Audio content can then be simply streamed through a large number of wired or wireless ‘last mile’ connections.
Date: June 18th to 20th | Tue – Thu
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre