The BACH Pro Audio Networking and Processing FPGA platform can now bear the AVnu-Certified logo
Ottawa, Ontario - January 5, 2016 - Coveloz, a technology provider of embedded applications focusing on deterministic networking, announced today that their BACH™ Pro Audio Networking and Processing FPGA platform has achieved AVnu Certification. The AVnu Alliance, the industry consortium that certifies Ethernet AVB and Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) devices for interoperability, grants its certification mark only to those devices that have implemented the IEEE AVB standards and passed AVnu Alliance's testing for interoperability and compliance.
The AVnu Certification program is conducted by the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), a third-party testing house that has also worked with the Wi-Fi Alliance and many other industry consortia.
"This is a significant milestone for Coveloz, and the first of many for 2016," said Nestor Amaya, Founder and CEO of Coveloz. "Our BACH™ platform has been shipping for several months to many high-profile Pro Audio brands for use in their next generation Audio over IP products, implementing not just Ethernet AVB but also AES67."
BACH provides a complete, highly scalable, and customizable embedded solution to accelerate and lower the cost of new product introduction, while enabling differentiation.
"Achieving AVnu Certification not only validates our high-quality media networking applications, but also signals our commitment to the continued delivery of complete application solutions, which build on standard media networking ingredients such as AES67, SMPTE 2022 and RFC 4175," Amaya continued. "We see these technologies as complementary and will continue our collaboration with the AVnu Alliance and UNH-IOL to bring these technologies to market."
Coveloz is a technology provider of customizable embedded applications, targeting time-sensitive networking and processing. With headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario the company has a staff of 40 employees with deep roots in transport and networking communication systems.