WUPPERTAL, Germany — Feb. 7, 2018 — Underlining its commitment to standards, Riedel is making continued investments in new technologies with its acquisition of Swiss engineering pioneer Archwave. This new partnership will create a strong research and development (R&D) hub in Zurich and increase Riedel’s global engineering team to over 100 engineers while expanding its R&D capabilities for IP and standards such as AES67, which will further boost interoperability in the broadcast world. Archwave is an audio-networking and streaming specialist that vigorously promotes open standards for the interconnection of audio and video equipment in professional environments.Read More
Having spent much time and energy exploring AES67 (see our recent 3-part series, “Your practical guide to AES67, Parts 1-3”), we’d now like to turn our attention to AES70 – what is it, how does it relate to AES67 and why do we need it?
Audio and networking technology developer Archwave joined other OCA Alliance members in a series of pioneering, hands-on AES70 demo sessions at the recent AES 2017 show in New York.
Archwave and Bosch demonstrate AES67 and AES70 integrated platform for audio, control and connection management at ISE 2017.
Audio and networking technology developer Archwave demonstrate AudioLAN 2.0. Working together with Bosch, the leading supplier of building technology, the combined teams have integrated two existing audio industry standards into a fully-fledged solution for audio networking.