|Audinate delivers a self configuring, true plug-and-play digital media network that uses standard Internet Protocols. Dante offers a market leading solution today, while de-risking the future by providing a migration path to upgrade to new standards such as the IEEE Audio Video Bridging (“AVB”). Audinate will be presenting two papers at the Integrated Systems Europe 2011 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The first event, “IP Networking for AV Professionals”, takes place on Tuesday, February 1, from 12:00-13:30. This presentation will review the basics of IP and Ethernet networking. It looks at common causes of problems in IP networks, and how to diagnose them. Finally it presents a set of design guidelines to ensure trouble-free audio over IP networks.
In the second Audinate presentation Aidan Williams, Audinate’s CTO and one of the leading experts on A/V networking, will discuss “The developing IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standard: How it will affect the AV industry”. This ISE event will take place on Wednesday, February 3, 16:00. The presentation reviews the basic AVB standards: what they are and what they offer.
Audinate is also one of the premier sponsors hosting an all day educational seminar in Amsterdam for installation contractors and industry consultants on “Digital Media Networking: Today and Tomorrow”. The one day event sponsored by Audinate, Lab.gruppen/Lake, Peavey Commercial Audio and Yamaha Commercial Audio takes place on Tuesday, February 1 at the Holiday Inn Amsterdam. Roland Hemming, a leading expert in the new European voice alarm standards BS EN54, will be a guest speaker.
Audinate will be showcasing its nnovations at stand 3C130. Audinate will demonstrate low loss, low latency Video over IP using Audinate’s Dante™ technology. Audinate will also be exhibiting the new Dante PCIe high performance, ultra low latency soundcard. The Dante PCIe card delivers the leading industry performance for high capacity with the lowest latency. Audinate will also be announcing its newest networking module - Brooklyn II, designed for fast-to-market, easy integration with OEM partner’s products to deliver a robust, high performance IP audio over Ethernet solution.