Biamp Signs onto Lab X AVB Networking
Lab X Technologies, a connectivity provider and engineering design resource specializing in Audio Video Bridging (AVB) technologies, has granted Biamp Systems a license to utilize its IEEE 802.1 AVB audio platform.
Lab X Technologies, a connectivity provider and engineering design resource specializing in Audio Video Bridging (AVB) technologies, has granted Biamp Systems a license to utilize its IEEE 802.1 AVB audio platform. Lab X's AVB Audio Platform offers manufacturers high-channel capacity audio implementation based on international standards of networked connectivity, according to the company.
"We are very proud to work closely with Biamp, offering the company and its customers a solution that will certainly propel its AVB practices to the next level." said Lee Minich, president of Lab X Technologies, in a statement. "The capabilities of our high-performance, high-channel count AVB platform are the perfect solution to Biamp's demanding networking needs."
The Lab X AVB Audio Platform allows manufacturers to design and develop integrated digital audio products. It provides a turnkey implementation of AVB standards, dual-port redundancy, and a simple Application Programming Interface for ease of integration by manufacturer clients.
"We've had a great working relationship with Lab X in the past and licensing their AVB platform was the correct business choice for our next generation connectivity needs," said Matt Czyzewski, vice president of business development Biamp, in a statement. "With the ever-increasing demand for AVB in the AV industry, Biamp understands the importance of reliability and functionality with open standards networking technology. AVB is now the network of choice for future development and Lab X's AVB platform is the prime tool for Biamp's networking implementation."
Lab X will be demonstrating its AVB audio platform during InfoComm 2011 in Orlando at the AVnu Alliance pavilion.