Archwave: AES67 networking modules give ‘MIDI 3.0 on steroids’11 February 2015
AudioLan, a completely integrated hardware and software system for professional grade audio through an AES67 network, is being showcased by Archwave.
The suite comprises a family of off-the-shelf hardware modules which are AES67 compliant and also support the Ravenna protocol for audio networking. Currently Archwave has the exclusive licence to CopperLan technology, which provides the command and control network management system for the AudioLan system. Available from four to 128 channels, the modules also offer optional support for Ember+.
The uNet Standard module offers up to 32 audio channels and uses a standard 40-pin Molex connector, while the uNet Centre is capable of 64 x 64 audio channels, with a GbE Interface.
The modules offer an easy GUI configuration via a web browser on laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Arie van den Broek, Archwave CEO, said: “Simply put, it’s ‘MIDI 3.0 on steroids’.”