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Barix introduces second model to its SIP Opus Codec Family

Friday 28 February, 2020

Barix is expanding its SIP Opus Codec Family for STL and Remote Contribution.

The M400 SIP Opus Stereo Encoder/Decoder is ideal as an IP audio delivery platform for studio-to-transmitter (STL), studio-to-studio (SSL) and remote contribution applications, avoiding static transport links and costly legacy circuits
The M400 SIP Opus Stereo Encoder/Decoder, available now, features the open standard, royalty-free Opus audio compression format. The new hardware device combines the advantages of Opus with SIP functionality to be able to establish seamless links across SIP-compatible telephone, radio or other communications systems, enabling the codecs to ‘dial’ other SIP devices or phone numbers and automatically negotiate a transmission link for audio streaming.
The new M400 can be configured as either an encoder or decoder – switchable via the device’s web interface.
CEO of Barix, Reto Brader said, “SIP-based link establishment has proven to be very compelling for broadcasters as they transition their STL and remote contribution operations away from expensive and end-of-life ISDN services. Our SIP Opus Codec family augments the benefits of SIP with the bandwidth efficiency and stellar quality of the Opus codec, and in typical Barix fashion, makes it all very cost effective”



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