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AES67: How the Net Was Won
[Feature] The AES67 standard describes a relatively straightforward collection of networking solutions and protocols that together enable audio networks to interoperate. A special session presented during the 135th Convention explained the decisions that were made and the compromises involved during the development of the standard, led by some of the key protagonists.
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