AudioLan2.0 blends AES67 and AES70 into single solution
Archwave has joined forces with Bosch to help integrate two existing audio industry standards into a complete solution for audio networking. The result is the release of AudioLAN 2.0 together with a bold statements from the manufacturers that ‘AudioLAN 2.0 allows audio systems to truly interoperate’.
‘Users are often confused by the different industry standards and whether they offer any real benefit,’ explained Archwave CEO Arie van den Broek CEO. ‘AudioLAN 2.0 shows the unique features from combining AES67 along with an industry standard control and management.’
AES67 is the industry standard that allows different audio networking protocols to send and receive audio data, while AES70 is the architecture for system discovery, control and connection management for media networks (otherwise known as OCA). Archwave and Bosch are the first companies to fuse the two standards into a complete standard for audio transfer and control.
Archwave states that it is already working with a number of manufacturers to implement the technology into their products.