In this IABM TV interview, Phillip Adams (Founder and CEO at PHABRIX Ltd) gives an overview of 2021 including their nomination for IABM's BaM Award. Phillip also discusses the latest from test and measurement from PHABRIX, and what to expect in 2022.
Telos Infinity streamlines live event comms, saving time and money for Progressive American Flat Track racing.
In this IABM TV interview, Patrick Woolcocks (Sales Manager - Europe, Middle East & North America, CONNECT) discusses the importance of investing in network monitoring. Patrick also explains the recent major update to Kybio.
This 2 day practical course course covers the benefits and features of this protocol and considers strategies for migrating from IPv4 to IPv6.
NDI (Network Device Interface) from Vizrt Group is the world's most widely adopted, software-defined IP video standard. The free-to-download platform allows everyone to easily share high-quality, low-latency video with anyone — live and in real-time — using billions of available internet-connected devices. At its core, NDI 5 moves video, audio, and data across any global, wireless, mobile or local network; between cameras; mobile devices; computers; and other production equipment.
Digitalization has triggered a technical revolution among TV broadcasters too: with transfer rates of on average 100 Gigabits per second, huge volumes of data are nowadays coursing through broadcasters’ fibre-optic cables. But with the move away from analogue technologies come new challenges for live broadcasts: even minor disruptions in data transfer over IP networks today quickly damage image - and cost money. IP monitoring puts programme providers in the picture.
In this IABM TV interview, Simon Browne (VP of Product Management, Clear-Com) discusses the latest launch of Arcadia Central Station, a 1RU device supporting wired and wireless endpoints.
Cricket, like many other sports, has been seriously impacted by the social distancing restrictions imposed by the pandemic. The postponement and cancellation of matches at the height of lockdown, through to the more recent challenges of positive Covid tests, all caused a huge amount of disruption.
In a recent report “The Evolution of Production Workflows”*, MovieLabs asks "Would it be nice if software-defined workflows could be assembled as interconnecting children’s blocks, where integration is as simple as connecting the pieces in the desired configuration?” To make workflows in the Media & Entertainment (M&E) market more flexible, it proposes defining a minimum set of standards and practices for workflow interactions, thus promoting interoperability and minimising the work required to quickly create a custom workflow. In this way, "the creatives decide what must be done and which workflow components are interconnected to them".
The amount of video content being distributed is only going in one direction – and that is up. Over half the global IP video traffic (56.8%) will be HD and around a quarter (22.3%) will be Ultra HD by 2022 according to Cisco.