PRODYS has a solid reputation as a world-class audio codec manufacturer and is the owner of the CCS & Musicam brand names and has been marketing the Suprima IP codec family in the US under these names since 2006.
The Musicam Suprima IP codec family comprises the following codecs: Suprima, SuprimaLC, SuprimaX, TeamMate and RoadWarrior.
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Corporate Computer Systems, better known as CCS was founded in 1977 by two former Bell Telephone Laboratories engineers.
In 1995 CCS began doing business as MUSICAM USA, by this time CCS had already engineered a number of trailblazing products. These include the first audio codecs based on MUSICAM, our compatible enhancement to the world ISO standard MPEG Layer 2 encoding(US Patent on file), the first “POTS” codecs for high quality transmission over a regular analog telephone lines(US Patent on file), and the first all-in-one portable ISDN codec mixer to offer MUSICAM mpeg, MPEG layer 3 and G.722 encoding algorithms.
Introduction of the Netstar and Roadstar IP codecs in 2002 offered a new solution to outside broadcasts using the new IP platforms.
Our commitment to innovation continued when in 2006, Prodys adquired CCS/Musicam and we followed ahead of the table of the audio compression market with Suprima, Road Warrior and SupriMax IP codecs, using best of class parallel computer processing available. We introduced the idea of intelligent audio codecs, with a wide range of programmable automatic features.
CCS introduced the Ikusnet video IP codec in 2010. Ikusnet is the portable integrated news contribution system for ‘live on location’ first video and audio to your studio via IP, WAN,LAN,3G/4G or satcom. Just add a camera or two and go!