Scott Griffin – SVP Engineering, M&E, Diversified There are numerous Audio-over-IP formats that have been adopted by the major manufacturers, each with its own strengths and weaknesses when applied to different scenarios. From MADI, Livewire and Cobranet to Dante, Ravenna and AES67, this session looks at real world integrations from recent projects and hear about some of the challenges and advantages. [maxbutton id="122" ]
Franck Lafage, Owner & CEO at 3D Storm, discusses their work with NewTek and the Live Panel web interface.
For reliable IP media operation, bandwidth needs to be reserved for flows and the network needs to be protected from unauthenticated senders and receivers. AMWA NMOS IS-06 Network Control is a publicly available multi-vendor interface specification between a broadcast controller and one or more network controllers. Find out from Thomas Edwards (VP Engineering & Development, Fox) and Subha Dhesikan (Principal Engineer, Cisco) how it allows the broadcast controller to learn about network topology, to authorize endpoints, and to allow networked media flows to move with reserved bandwidth, and it is supported by multiple network equipment companies to avoid vendor lock-in.
The economic and performance advantages of IT technologies over traditional baseband infrastructure equipment for routing video signals are too compelling to ignore. The writing is on the wall. The broadcast and media industry is transitioning to IP. That means that media professionals must choose between an open or proprietary path to an all-IP plant.