IP Showcase Set To Educate, Explore, And Engage At The 2023 NAB Show

The Audio Engineering Society (AES), Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA), European Broadcasting Union (EBU), SMPTE, and the Video Services Forum (VSF) has announced that the IP Showcase will return to the 2023 NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Taking place in the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, the IP Showcase will highlight the great strides that have been taken to achieve an all-IP ecosystem for today’s real-world media productions, educate attendees on a wide range of IP-related topics, and provide opportunities for knowledge sharing in a new meetup section.

The central educational element of the IP Showcase at the 2023 NAB Show is the IP Showcase Theater, where industry professionals will be giving 20-minute presentations on a wide range of topics — from overviews of SMPTE ST 2110, AES67, AMWA-NMOS, and IPMX to case studies on IP deployments and basic tutorials for newcomers to the field of IP video production. Featured sessions will include:

  • Compression
  • Distributed IP Production
  • Compliance Testing With the JT-NM
  • Advanced Audio Applications
  • SMPTE ST 2110 Launch Pad
  • IPMX
  • Media-over-IP Network Design

In addition, the “IP in Action” wall will be back at the 2023 NAB Show, where attendees can view additional information on different IP installations that have taken place. AIMS members will also be available to answer questions about today’s hot topics, such as ground-to-cloud, cloud-to-ground, AIMS’ IPMX set of open standards and specifications for AV-over-IP deployments, and the work that has taken place on standards over the past year.
New to the IP Showcase this year will be the meetup section, an open space with flexible seating where any attendee can host a conversation exploring any topic related to AV-over-IP, SMPTE ST 2110, or other proprietary protocols. Industry experts will be available to address meetups on their topic of choice. Furthermore, groups that already meet within standards organizations over Zoom and other platforms can utilize the meetup section for face-to-face meetings at the show.

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