Value of KVM in Broadcast-IP Infrastructures August 23rd 2016 - 01:00 PM

KVM is more important now for broadcast-IP systems than it ever has been. As manufacturers turn to server based architectures private cloud installations have become more mainstream, requiring us to configure systems through traditional server control inputs, that is keyboard, video and mouse.

A Coax-Free NAB? January 12th 2016 - 10:00 AM

There will be kilometers of coaxial cables all over NAB 2016. But in the predictable future, perhaps a decade or so out, coax in broadcasting may become limited to RF and legacy gear interfacing. It’s not that broadcasters don’t like coax. It’s that there’s a great deal more to…

Industry Aligns To Embrace IP December 23rd 2015 - 05:00 PM

As the broadcast industry continues its calculated migration from SDI to Internet Protocol (IP) infrastructures—and all of the targeted file transfers, reduced equipment costs and resolution independence that comes with it—many of the major equipment vendors have begun forming alliances to support each other’s efforts and ensure inter…

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Practical SDI And IP - Part 2 June 1st 2021 - 09:00 AM

In this second instalment of our extended article looking into the practical applications of SDI and IP we look at how SDI is naturally plug-and-play and works with well-defined formats whereas IP is dynamic and more versatile but requires greater thought in making it work reliably.