DAB platform provider Arqiva relies on Paneda and 2wcom

Re-engineering its DAB multiplexing platform, UK-based provider Arqiva relies on Paneda and 2wcom. 2wcom will provide the technology to bring audio from the studios into the multiplexing centres and will provide the technology on the edge of the transmitter distribution network to support EDI to ETI standards conversion. Paneda will provide the DAB audio encoding and multiplexing systems in the multiplexing centres on a virtualised compute platform.

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Arqiva launched its first DAB multiplexing platform in November 1999 for the launch of Digital 1, the UK’s first National Commercial DAB licence. The Arqiva DAB multiplexing platform now runs 60 multiplexes across the UK.

Paneda and 2WCOM have collaborated together to achieve an end-to-end system that meets Arqiva’s requirements to run the largest DAB multiplexing platform in the world. They were selected by Arqiva because of their track-records within the broadcast industry for quality and reliability; the knowledge they have of Radio and its technical standards; their shared ambition to produce best-of-breed, scalable and secure media solutions and "most importantly, the people in their organisations," a 2wcom statement says.









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