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RadioScape to launch Integra at IBC 2006

RadioScape, a world leader in digital audio and multimedia broadcast and receiver technology, will be launching the innovative Integra range of products at IBC 2006.
These are designed to further establish the company as the provider of choice for professional audio and multimedia broadcast systems based on the Eureka 147 Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) and Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) standard.
For the first time, a complete DAB/DMB broadcast system has been shrunk into a single, rack-mountable 19” 4U unit. This compact solution forms part of RadioScape’s new Integra family of single-box solutions for DAB/DMB broadcasting and monitoring.
Key features of the Integra One include up to 16 integral MUSICAM encoders and full data multiplexing capabilities - with up to 4 DMB channels and unlimited IP tunneling, Multimedia Object Transfer (MOT), Packet Associated Data (PAD), Packet and Stream inputs.
The Integra One can use both analogue and digital audio sources with automatic sample rate conversion where required and be configured to use either internal audio capture cards, third-party networkable audio nodes or full remotely managed MUSICAM encoders (Integra SP) for use in multiple service provider configurations.
The system is based on RadioScape’s unique multicast audio distribution architecture and is therefore fully compatible with existing RadioScape installations, which are currently used in the world’s largest DAB and DMB networks.
The unit is designed specifically to reduce operational and support costs with quad-redundant power supplies, dual power inlets and independent battery-backed SNMP (Simple Network Monitoring Protocol) monitoring capabilities.
The unit makes use of Windows XP Embedded on solid-state memory and RAID configured hard-disks for the ultimate in reliability. The system can also be supplied with full lights-out management and non-intrusive remote management if required.

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