Sunday, October 2, 1:30 pm — 3:00 pm (Rm 403A)
A full media networking solution has three parts: (1) an audio transport scheme, to move audio signals around the network; (2) a system control scheme, to provide device control and connection management services; and (3) a directory/discovery scheme—a network "telephone book" to keep track of device names and addresses. For (1), the AES has developed AES67; for (2), the AES has developed AES70; and for (3), the AES is now working on requirements for next-generation standards. This report summarizes the relationships of these three elements and the current status of (2) and (3).
|This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Network Audio Systems|