Dante Training at NAB 2017 in Las Vegas

Audinate will be at the 2017 NAB Show this year to provide an informative and hands-on audio networking training event on April 26th, including Level 2 Certification training for intermediate to advanced Dante users, plus a special Dante in Broadcast session.

This special session will cover the use of Dante in a wide variety of broadcast and remote production applications, including radio and television studios, live sporting events, and electronic news gathering. Several recent use cases will be discussed, along with on overview of some of the exciting new Dante products announced at the show.

Also included is an overview on Audinate's recently announced product Dante Domain Manager. Dante Domain Manager is server-based software that manages and protects your Dante network. It brings IT best practices to AV, making audio networking more secure, more scalable and more controllable than ever before.

Agenda

To accommodate the schedules of NAB attendees on the 26th, both Dante Certification Level 2 and Dante in Broadcast sessions will take place in the morning and then repeat in the afternoon.

TimeSession
8:30-11:00am Dante Certification Level 2: Intermediate Dante Concepts and Advanced Dante Workshop
11:30am-12:30pm Dante in Broadcast and Dante Domain Manager
12:30-1:30pm Lunch
1:30-4:00pm Dante Certification Level 2: Intermediate Dante Concepts and Advanced Dante Workshop
4:30-4:30pm Dante in Broadcast and Dante Domain Manager

Dante Certification Level 2 is an intermediate course geared towards those that are familiar with Dante and are looking to create more advanced systems and best practices. This training will feature topics such as Dante redundancy, clocking, latency and multicast. Prior experience with Dante or completion of the free online course, Dante Certification Level 1, is recommended to fully benefit from the Level 2 program. This track will feature the following two sessions: Intermediate Dante Concepts, covering topics such as Dante redundancy, clocking, latency, and multicast; and Advanced Dante Workshop, an interactive session covering advanced networking concepts, mixed use networks, networking best practices, and troubleshooting techniques.

Dante in Broadcast and Dante Domain Manager (DDM) is a session that will cover the use of Dante in a wide variety of broadcast and remote production applications, including radio and television studios, live sporting events, and electronic news gathering. Several recent use cases will be discussed, along with on overview of some of the exciting new Dante products announced at the show. 

Also included is an overview on Audinate’s recently announced product Dante Domain Manager. Dante Domain Manager is server-based software that manages and protects your Dante network. It brings IT best practices to AV, making audio networking more secure, more scalable and more controllable than ever before. It brings user authentication, role-based security and audit capabilities to Dante networks, while allowing nearly unlimited expansion and organization of Dante systems over any network topology.

To learn more and register for the training sessions at NAB 2017, visit www.audinate.com/nab2017.

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