Webinar: Tuesday 28th November, 15:00 GMT
A commercial look at IP from TSL Products and TVB Europe.
The webinar will discuss the multiple facets of broadcast IP, including:
Why is this transition is happening now?
The required engineering skillset and technical issues
Does IP production bring advantages that justify the capital investment?
Can the complexities of IP be removed from operators?
Standards frameworks and industry cooperation – what is required to make IP production work with minimum risk?
The future – a fully IP infrastructure
With the expertise of industry leaders Mark Davies, Director of Products & Technology and Steve Brownsill, Audio Product Manager, TSL Products will present an exclusive in-depth webinar on broadcast IP – the business case. How did we get here and where are we going?
A swift introduction to the IT basics we need to make video over IP work. Utah Scientific’s CTO Scott Barella takes us from subnets to multicast to ST 2110. For those starting out or just trying to remember IT, this short 20 minute video is just the job.
Take this a step further by watching: Video: ST 2110 basics – RTP Tutorial
Fundamental to the new wave of IP technologies, ST 2022, ST 2110, AES67 and more is RTP, the Realtime Protocol. This 10 minute video gives an engineering fundamental look at the protocol itself and is key to practical implementation and fault finding of these technologies. Watch Now
Date: 19th October 2017
Time: 1800 ample refreshments for 1900 lecture
Location: East London, Ravensbourne, 6 Penrose Way, London, SE10 0EW
Following the announcement at IBC 2017 that ST 2110 Standards have been approved SMPTE UK is providing members with the first informative evening looking at and discussing the standards
and their parts and surrounding Standards and specifications.
Andy Rayner Chief Technologist at Nevion will guide us through the multipart standards suite. ST 2110 “Professional Media over Managed IP Networks”
This Standard and the supporting Standards and specifications are a major contributing factor in the movement towards one common Internet Protocol (IP) based mechanism for professional media industries.