The Alliance for IP Media Solutions joined forces with the Audio Engineering Society (AES) to host the first Audio-Over-IP Technology (AoIP) Pavilion at the AES New York show.
Symply, which makes media storage solutions, and FocalPoint Server which makes media management software have joined forces to add workflow software to the SymplyULTRA platform.
The new line of high-performance storage has been designed and produced by Studio Network Solutions, exclusively for Ross Video.
TAG, known for providing advanced IP monitoring and high-quality UHD multiviewers, treated NAB NY attendees to an even higher level of displayed sophistication. The company’s MCM-9000 supports SMPTE’s ST 2110 standard suite for managed IP networks.
Fiber has been around the broadcast and media industry for a long while: SMPTE 311M, which defines fiber camera cables, was published 20 years ago in 1998. Engineering attitudes have tended to settle around the fundamental pros – high bandwidth, low attenuation so long cables – and cons – difficult to splice connectors and fiber may require optical/electrical converters. It is time to update those attitudes.
IP offers the hope of cutting the cost of production if you know how to move the signal around using inexpensive equipment.
At the SMPTE 2018 Technical conference, Dr. Takeshi Shimizu, Media Links, presents a revolutionary new theory about constructing a three-stage Clos network with non-blocking multicast capability.
The need for security in the age of IP-based broadcasting has increased drastically because just as IP is more ubiquitous, it’s also more easily hacked.
ELEMENTS will be introducing its Non-Volatile Memory Express storage solution to the US market at the upcoming SMPTE conference. The unit provides up to 80TB of storage capacity and says it handle 8K DPX workflows with more than 20GB/sec, providing both 100Gb Ethernet and 32Gb Fibre Channel connectivity.