VX meets AES67
VX meets AES67
‘Enterprise and Prime+ are the next evolution, adding AES67.’
The Telos Alliance has launched a pair of new VX multi-line voice over IP (VoIP) systems: VX Enterprise and Prime+. ‘Telos VX was the world’s first VoIP talkshow system,’ explained Marty Sacks of the Telos Alliance. ‘Enterprise and Prime+ are the next evolution, adding AES67.’
Telos VX Enterprise is designed for VoIP phone systems in medium-to-large facilities with a capacity expandable up to 120 connected hybrids. Meanwhile, Telos VX Prime+ is an eight-hybrid solution for small-to-medium sites.
These new solutions enable VX to be integrated into any AES67 environment as well as Axia's Livewire network. Plug-and-play connectivity allows broadcasters to network multiple audio channels with any AES67-compliant hardware, while Livewire users have the added benefits of networking control (GPIO) and associated advertising and programme data across the network.
Built on a 1U server, VX Enterprise and Prime+ both feature fifth-generation Telos Adaptive Hybrid technology, including Digital Dynamic EQ, AGC, adjustable caller ducking and send- and receive-audio dynamics processing by Omnia. Additionally, Fraunhofer wideband acoustic echo cancellation eliminates open-speaker feedback. Added support for the G.722 codec facilitates high-fidelity phone calls from iPhone and Android SIP phones via an SIP server.