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Microchip has revealed its brand new platform, JukeBlox 3.2 which comes with the fame of World's first ever WiFi audio platform. The software development kit that is made available along with it offers support for all fully fledged PC and mobile operating platforms.
They have also made sure that the DLNA standard is met. According to company officials, flawless support is offered for all commonly used platforms like android, iOS/AirPlay, Mac and Windows 8 which is made available as a single solution.
Users can operate JukeBlox 3.2 with all of the network media processors of Microchip that is already in use. Along with that, JB Cloud is also added where cloud-based music services can be streamed directly. In those scenarios, mobile devices take up the role of remote controls offering usage flexibility.
The drawbacks that users faced while using mobile devices as servers can be overcome by using this option. Users need not stop listening to music for taking up calls and also fear of power consumption is not a question.
JukeBlox 3.2 comes with SoCs and modules meant especially for media processing and Wi-Fi networking. The audio functionality offered is expanded to a maximum level with the aid of JB MultiZone 2.0. With this zone, users can experience extensive real-time harmonized audio streaming.
Multiple JB-enabled gadgets can be controlled at ease with JB MultiZone 2.0. As of now, there is no other Wireless Audio Platform to compete with it but will surely pave way for other tech giants to come up with such interesting ideas soon.