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Waves Audio and Attero Tech join OCA Alliance

Waves Audio and Attero Tech are the newest associate members to join the non-profit trade association, bolstering its goal of creating an open public control standard for professional media network systems.

The Open Control Architecture (OCA) Alliance has added two new associate members to its roster: Attero Tech and Waves Audio. “We are very excited to welcome the new members to The OCA Alliance,” said Morten Lave, OCA Alliance vice chairman and CEO/managing director of TC Applied Technologies. “2013 is shaping up to be a very active and exciting year for OCA. As the AES X-210 project moves forward to standardize OCA, the OCA Alliance will focus on the promotion, support, and evolution of the architecture.” “Attero Tech is very pleased to become a member of the OCA Alliance,” said Mike Sims, director of marketing and sales for Attero Tech. “Although attempts have been made in the past to standardize AV control approaches, the OCA has for the first time offered a really logical and extensible protocol definition as an open standard. We look forward to being able to ‘talk’ to many more devices in the future.” “Waves is proud to be a part of the OCA Alliance,” added Gilad Keren, CEO and co-founder of Waves Audio. “Today, with so many devices and platforms powering the media industry, it’s crucial that widely-accepted standards are established. Open Control Architecture as a media networking system control standard for professional applications is an important step in that direction.”