With this update, Ferncast ensures maximal compatibility of its aixtream SIP functionality.
Online PR News 7 November 2019 – Aachen, Germany
For immediate release
With the new aixtream software version 1.9 the SIP functionality of the software’s user interface has been reworked with the goal of improving it further. Ferncast would like to thank its current customers and testers for all the valuable feedback during the development of this update. It includes many usability enhancements as well as streamlining of SIP workflows. The various SIP functions are now better integrated and synced with each other. One example of this is the ability to create new Phonebook entries directly in the SIP Connection Overview widget. Meanwhile, central “Codec Profiles” are meant to make codec configuration faster and more consistent.
Another objective for the Ferncast team was to improve compatibility with other SIP services and common standards. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Geiser, main SIP developer at Ferncast, explained:
“While EBU Tech 3326 lays out clear standards for SIP implementation, in practice many individual implementations do differ on various points. In most cases these differences are due to special requirements necessitated by specific use cases or circumstances. Knowing this, our development team aimed at maximizing compatibility with other de facto standards of SIP implementation which are not always found in the EBU Tech 3326.”
Ferncast released today aixtream version 1.9 and their customers can already benefit from it.
About Ferncast GmbH: Ferncast is a team of senior developers in digital media signal processing and systems engineering from Aachen, Germany. Lead by Dr. Hauke Krüger, who is already known through multiple publications in the areas of digital signal processing, including significant contributions to the Opus codec algorythm, the Ferncast team develops new solutions to revolutionize the broadcasting industry. The capable minds of Ferncast include skilled experts from Germany’s leading technical universities. Ferncast’s first project is the development and release of a suite of software solutions to enable broadcasters to eschew traditional hardware audio codecs in their audio transmission.
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