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Integrated High-Performance Multi-Channel Audio Interconnection
This paper describes a family of related technologies that provide a very high-performance audio interconnection system for professional applications. The first is an advanced point-to-point audio interconnection based on 100 Megabit Ethernet physical layer, which is currently undergoing AES standardization. The second is a complementary Gigabit-based high-capacity interconnection for applications such as backbone links. These are all linked together with a router technology that provides both low-latency audio channel routing, and packet-switched control data routing. These technologies together provide a flexible, high-bandwidth digital audio infrastructure, which is ideally suited for applications requiring low, deterministic latency and high reliability.
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