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.
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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
- 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.
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