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SoundGrid* Audio Processor Rides Wave of InnovationAudio processing innovator sets a new standard and supports customer goals with new Intel® technology-based platformChallenges• Meeting ambitions. Ensure sound engineer customers have the tools they need to achieve their professional goals• Get Moore. Tap into processing power enhancements presented by Moore’s Law by migrating to Intel® architecture• Prepare for change. Enable use of audio over Ethernet to meet growing industry demandSolutions• Careful testing. Waves evaluated a range of Intel technologies to find the best platform for its SoundGrid* solution• Optimize. It used a suite of Intel technologies to optimize the performance of SoundGrid software on Intel architecture• Great connections. Ethernet connectivity through Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter i210completes the new computing platformTechnology Results• Performance boost. The Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family has delivered a 200-fold performance increase compared to the previous server platform• Lower latency. Latency was cut to just 0.8 millisecondsBusiness Value• Debut release. Waves SoundGrid is the first Intel architecture-based audio processing platform, offering customers the benefits of Moore’s Law for ongoing development. This creates a competitive advantage for Waves• Greater flexibility. Application programming interfaces (APIs) can now be made available to third-party plug-in developers thanks to the increased versatility of Intel architecture. Being able to tailor the solution more specifically helps open new revenue opportunities for WaveRead the full SoundGrid* Audio Processor Rides Wave of Innovation Solution Brief.
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