Pebble participates in JT-NM Tested Program, delivering documented insight into how vendor equipment conforms to specific SMPTE standards, AMWA NMOS specifications and selected real-world scenarios
Pebble announces that its solutions have been tested by the Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) as a part of the NMOS ecosystem. Passing the rigorous tests demonstrates Pebble’s commitment to the adoption of open standards and gives customers further benefits as part of industry-leading standards in governance, interoperability, and security.
The JT-NM is a self-coordinating group of industry bodies working together to forward the development of IP technologies for professional media systems. JT-NM Tested is a stringent test of how vendor equipment conforms to key parts of SMPTE standards, AMWA NMOS specifications and selected real-world scenarios. It helps end users more confidently make purchase decisions from vendors whose products conform to relevant standards and specifications.
In turn, vendors get public recognition that their products meet the criteria established by the JT-NM, the appropriate badges and inclusion into catalogues of tested products and will be able to use the badges and make marketing statements to encourage the sales of their products.
As demonstrated at IBC 2022 in the IP Showcase Theatre, Pebble solutions meet JT-NM Tested conditions for both SMPTE ST 2110 and NMOS/TR-1001-1 workflows and integrations. JT-NM Tested makes it easier for end users to identify which products conform to key parts of SMPTE standards and AMWA NMOS specifications. They will also be able to make more confident purchasing decisions from the vendors whose products conform.
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