Wohler Technologies of Hayward, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area has joined the
rapidly growing ranks of the RAVENNA Partnership community. With over three
decades experience in in-rack audio monitoring technology, the company is now one
of the leading lights in signal monitoring and correction solutions in multiple form
factors for broadcast, motion picture and production facilities.

NAB sees the unveiling of Wohler’s first RAVENNA/AES67-enabled products, the iAM-
AUDIO monitoring device which offers AES67 decoding, metering and monitoring in
a compact 1U package and a new AES67-enabled module for their flagship AMP2-
16V audio monitoring and management platform.

According to Craig Newbury, Wohler VP Sales & Marketing, “As customers continue
to migrate over to IP, the requirement to support technologies such as
RAVENNA/AES67 in monitoring solutions, like our new iAM-AUDIO unit, is
increasingly useful, particularly while our customers are bridging from more
traditional signal formats. With the introduction of AES67, the ease of working with
and distributing audio data highlights the importance of ensuring signal quality is
still maintained. Using our tools, customers know that they are able to provide
highest quality monitoring, metering and decoding of their signals, whatever those
signals may be.’

Andreas Hildebrand, Senior Product Manager of ALC NetworX, welcomes Wohler to
the RAVENNA partner community. “AoIP is fast becoming an inevitability in the
broadcast/production world, and the AES67 interoperability standard is gaining more
and more traction as an efficient gateway to AoIP networks. RAVENNA is not only
natively compatible with AES67, but in fact offers a whole lot more, and is
particularly suited to demanding applications. It therefore makes complete sense
that companies like Wohler who provide solutions to customers who can only work
with the very highest quality audio signals would want to offer RAVENNA/AES67
connectivity as part of their comprehensive range of connectivity options. We are
delighted to welcome Wohler on board.’