Thursday, September 29, 9:00 am — 10:30 am (Rm 408B)
The AES67 Standard on High performance Streaming Audio-over-IP Interoperability has been published in September 2013. Since then, first applications with AES67-compatible devices have been projected and put into operation. This session provides hints and insights on rolling out AES67 AoIP networking into real-world installations. The first part of the presentation will discuss applicability of AES67 and its related network requirements in general. In the second part some real world use cases based on AES67 interoperability will be presented and their operational benefits as well as the difficulties experienced during roll-out will be examined. The presentation closes with a brief status and outlook on the on-going standard maintenance work and the current industry support of AES67.
|This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Network Audio Systems|