2wcom’s MoIN multi-format, multi-channel multimedia over IP Network Server (hardware, software or cloud): provides professional IP-based audio network technologies for real-time streaming, transcoding, protocol transforming, routing and mixing.
FLEXIBLE IN APPLICATION: designed for studio to studio and studio to transmitter links, as well as cross-media tasks. Multipurpose usage – e.g. audio routing, managing, levelling, loudness, monitoring and mixing between different protocols and environments. Audio streams are combinable to multichannel streams. PTPv2 provides accurate synchronization. The Easy2connect feature is a SIP phonebook that allows for an uncomplicated connection set-up. The number of channels can scale easiliy depending on your needs with permanent or temporary licenses.
HIGH COMPATIBILITY: MoIN supports all currently established standards and protocols like AES67, RAVENNA, Livewire+, Dante, SMPTE ST 2110, SRT, Ember+, SIP, SAP, PTPv2 and RTSP, as well as transcoding from one format into the other.
MULTI-FORMAT AUDIO CODING: The device provides a wide range of codec algorithms – e.g. MPEG Layer 2, MPEG Layer 3, most AAC profiles including the new xHEAAC and AAC-ELDv2, OPUS, Vorbis, Enhanced aptX, AC3 and more.
TRANSMISSION ROBUSTNESS: Dual Streaming and Pro-MPEG FEC ensure rock-solid IP transmission or go beyond with Stream4Sure. The Reliable User Datagram Protocol (RUDP) ensures highest packet recovery with minimum bandwidth and low latency.
SMART MANAGEMENT: configuration set-up via an easy to use web interface for general settings as well as for backup or fallback options. Remote control via HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, Telnet/SSH, NMS, SNMP, JSON, Ember+. Configuration for transcoding in 15 seconds. PTPv2 synchronization and latency control. Control via centralized Network Management System offering individual settings for e.g. adjustable silence detection, IP buffer and jitter check and PLL control. Sophisticated and elaborated alarm concept: forwarding of alarm messages (e.g. via SNMP, Ember+, HTTP/HTTPS…), optional source switching and event logging for documentation.