EtherSound, the open standard for networking digital audio using off-the-shelf Ethernet components, will increase its performance in 2006 by releasing a major technology update, which will take advantage of the entire bandwidth of Gigabit networks. Digigram, owner and supplier of the EtherSound technology, revealed at the AES convention in New York the specifications of Gigabit-EtherSound that will include 512 audio channels over a single cable (256 channels in each direction) as well as ...

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