AoIP Broadcast Studios
Telos Alliance invented AoIP for broadcast in the early 2000s with Livewire®, the first AoIP protocol for broadcast. It became the cornerstone for our Axia brand. Broadcasters worldwide have used Axia products, powered by Livewire, to create thousands of AoIP studios worldwide.
AES67—the AoIP standard, based to a large extent on the Livewire protocol—helps broadcasters proceed confidently into a mainstream AoIP infrastructure. On an AoIP backbone, equipment and studios from different manufacturers can interoperate using AES67. This lets broadcasters engage AoIP at all levels of the broadcast workflow.
Explore all of our AoIP products below and earn more about how to update your broadcast facility to the latest AoIP technology.
Anything on the network can be accessed at anytime for the ultimate in audio networkability and flexibility.
No Single Point of Failure
AoIP is a decentralized network, meaning there is no large piece of equipment at the center of it all that could fail at any time.
Converting a facility to AoIP does not have to be done all at once like TDM systems. Because existing analog and new Audio over IP can coexist nicely, the conversion to IP can be made gradually.
Stretch Your Budget
AoIP is less expensive than you imagined, unlike traditional broadcast systems, which are labor-intensive, requiring pulling copper wire.