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Digigram Sells Remaining Audemat-Aztec Shares

Digigram, developer of networked audio devices, computer sound cards and audio management software, has sold its 40 percent share in Audemat-Aztec, manufacturer 3/08/2004 7:00 AM Eastern

Digigram, developer of networked audio devices, computer sound cards and audio management software, has sold its 40 percent share in Audemat-Aztec, manufacturer of measurement and monitoring equipment for broadcast applications, to the remaining shareholders.

Although Audemat-Aztec will continue to develop products using Digigram technology, the commercial and technological overlap with the Audemat-Aztec's product portfolio isn't big enough to justify a continued minority involvement, according to Digigram managing director Philippe Delacroix.

Digigram will continue to manufacture, support and sell the Hitplayer, a stand-alone appliance for audio IP networks formerly developed by Aztec Radiomedia.

For more information, please visit www.digigram.com.

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