[Feature Article] The first audio network was installed in Hartford, Connecticut in 1877 by the Bell Telephone Company. In 1948, Claude Shannon published “A Mathematic Theory of Communication,” the theoretical basis for digital audio. Finally, in 1962, the development of the integrated circuit allowed the telephone companies to begin the transition to digital audio networking.
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