08.07.08

NWare is Vista ready

AUTHOR: Inavate

MediaMatrix, a division of Peavey, has released a new version of its NWare software, claiming full compatibility with Windows Vista. Version 1.4.2 is designed to add support for network time servers or an Internet-based atomic clock.

MediaMatrix, a division of Peavey, has released a new version of its NWare software, claiming full compatibility with Windows Vista. Version 1.4.2 is designed to add support for network time servers or an Internet-based atomic clock.

The company also claims to offer greater flexibility for NION processing nodes with its NIO 4x4 card. The four-input to four-output architecture is designed to enable system installers to maximise the NION’s processing power to create streamlined systems based on a single NION node.

Low-latency audio across all I/O ports, broad scalability and DSP-enhanced versatility makes NION suitable for high-performance audio projects where a wide range of audio distribution and processing is required. NWare is a Windows-based interface that works with multiple NION nodes across an Ethernet network, as well as third-party control and SNMP management tools.