In a show of ongoing collaboration among its members and with other industry bodies, AIMS will participate in several activities at IBC 2017 that will highlight progress in the march toward uniform IP interoperability.
Based on the success of IBC2016's IP Interoperability Zone and a similar event at the 2017 NAB Show, AIMS will present the IP Showcase at IBC2017 in partnership with AES, AMWA, EBU, IABM, IBC, MNA, SMPTE, and VSF. The IP Showcase is a one-stop destination where everyone from broadcast/IT engineers and CEOs to TV producers can learn everything they need to know to unlock the full potential of using IP for real-time media.
The IP Showcase will feature the AIMS "IP in Action" wall, which displays information about reference sites that use IP technology on the AIMS roadmap.
IP Showcase Theater
During IBC 2017, AIMS members will be well represented in the IP Showcase Theater, sponsored by the IABM, where they will give educational presentations on IP installations or IP technology based on and in support of the AIMS roadmap. More than 40 presentations will be offered in the IP Showcase Theater over the course of the show.
AIMS Member Interop Demonstrations in Member Stands
Several AIMS members will have AIMS-branded sections of their stands at IBC 2017 where they will showcase cross-vendor interoperability using transport technologies on the AIMS roadmap.
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