On Tuesday, January 14th, Audinate, Solid State Logic and TV Technology presented the webinar entitled, "AoIP for Broadcast: Understanding the Role of Dante, AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110."
After years of development in SMPTE ST 2110 (ST 2110), Broadcasters have begun moving designs from SDI to an IP infrastructure for some production systems. In support of that effort, Audinate publicly released all elements of Dante’s ST 2110 implementation in September 2019.
In this webinar, experts with Audinate and Solid State Logic shared perspective on how Dante helps provide a more powerful, stable environment for the broadcast world.
This highly informative Webinar discussed and demonstrated the following:
|Date:||January 14, 2020|
|Time:||08:00 PST | 11:00 AM EST
16:00 GMT | 17:00 CET
|Patrick Killianey||Tom Knowles||Phil Kurz|
|Senior Technical Training Manager, Audinate||Product Manager - Broadcast Systems, SSL||Moderator
Managing Editor, TVT
|Patrick’s career has spanned live production, recording, broadcast, installed sound and automation industries, especially in the adoption of new technological innovations. He excels at explaining not only the theoretical aspects of new tools, but also in bringing practical advice and instilling confidence for new systems to run as planned. Over the last five years, he has been active with Dante licensees and their adoption of AES67 and ST 2110. In his current role at Audinate, Patrick leads training efforts around the Dante audio-video network solution.||Responsible for the strategic planning and realisation of Solid State Logic’s Broadcast product portfolio, Tom has been the driving force behind the company’s shift to networked solutions. He specialises in the design and integration of networked / AoIP systems and works with a comprehensive engineering team to specify, develop, manage and deliver SSL’s Network I/O and System T ranges.|
In addition to many common questions we hear from broadcasters, representatives from Audinate and Solid State Logic will take questions, time permitting, at the end of the webinar which can be submitted using the attendee console.
If you find you’re unable to attend, or have a pressing question that you would like us to be aware of before January 14, you can send it in advance using the form below. We will be sure to either answer your question live during the webinar (time permitting) or in a follow-up email along with a link to watch the presentations On-Demand within a few days after January 14.