Essential Guide: Migrating to IP

October 24th 2017 - 08:00 AM
by Tony Orme, Technology Editor at The Broadcast Bridge

The business case for migrating to IP is compelling and driven by the needs of business owners. Broadcast engineers must rise to the challenge and if they are to deliver reliable IP infrastructures they must understand not only the technology, but the differences in how IT-Network and Broadcast engineers think.

Follow the link below to read the full Essential Guide.

Follow the link below to read the full Essential Guide.

In this Essential Guide we look at the challenges ahead for IP migration and some new opportunities available for the business as well as engineers, including;

  • Business case
  • Migration strategies
  • Interactivity
  • Signal Timing
  • Quality of Experience


Registered readers can download the Essential Guide now to learn about new aspects of IP migration at the link below.

You might also like...

Machine Learning For Broadcasters: Part 4 - Training Neural Networks

Training neural networks is one of the most import aspects of ML, but what exactly do we mean by this?

Cloud-Native Audio Mixers - Current Developments In Virtualized Broadcast Audio Mixing

As the wider broadcast industry picks up the pace with virtualized, cloud-native production systems we take a look at what audio vendors currently have available and what may be on the horizon.

The Sponsors Perspective: Proactively Monitor IP Video Networks & Essences With Inspect 2110 & PRISM

For over two decades Telestream has streamlined the ingest, production, and distribution of digital video and audio. Today, compared to its SDI/AES-based predecessors, IP video adds exciting new challenges to these workflows.

Flexible Contribution Over IP - Part 1

IP connectivity delivers flexibility and scalability but making the theory work often requires integrated solutions that are adaptable, open, and promote interconnectivity.

Building An IP Studio: Connecting Cameras - Part 4 - Software Defined Networks

In the previous article in this series, we looked at layer-2 switching and layer-3 routing. In this article, we look at Software Defined Networks and why they are so appealing to broadcasters.