The Alliance for IP Media Solutions joined forces with the Audio Engineering Society (AES) to host the first Audio-Over-IP Technology (AoIP) Pavilion at the AES New York show.
The AoIP Pavilion consisted of six demo pods, an AIMS demonstration area, and a Pavilion Theater, all of which highlighted the latest in AoIP technology and compatibility, including AES67 and associated technologies as they relate to SMPTE ST 2110.
Seventeen AIMS members participated in the AoIP demonstration area, which showed a wide range of IP audio devices that included compatibility between AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110. The demo consisted of three racks of fully interoperable audio equipment exchanging IP streams.
The Pavilion Theatre offered a range of educational presentations from representatives of industry groups and leading manufacturers, mostly AIMS members. The presentations covered topics such as the basics of AES67; the relationships between AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110; IP audio-stream monitoring; the anatomy of a full-stack implementation; and successful real-world deployment.
The Pavilion Theater's 30-minute presentations ran continuously throughout the three days of the AES convention and were available for free to all attendees of both AES New York 2018 and the 2018 NAB Show New York.
The AoIP Pavilion also included six individual demonstration pods, four of which were occupied by AIMS members ALC NetworX, Riedel Communications, Studio Technologies, and The Telos Alliance. Several of the pods were connected to the main AIMS demonstration area, providing a live demonstration of audio networking over IP.
Companies who participated in AIMS demonstration area were:
• ALC NetworX
• Artel Video Systems
• Focusrite Audio Engineering
• Luminex Network Intelligence
• Merging Technologies
• Riedel Communications
• Solid State Logic
• Studio Technologies
• The Telos Alliance
• Ward-Beck Systems
• Wheatstone Corporation
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