Webinar: AVB Demystified: What do you know for sure?

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AVB Demystified: What do you know for sure?

Aug 28, 2013 4:16 PM

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Whatever you already know about AVB, chances are you still have questions about how it works, its viability, and its compatibility with the products you specify and install. When the topic comes up, do you avoid it rather than wade into the murky waters of networking protocols? This webcast--by AVB expert and InfoComm instructor Dave Thies--will bring you up to date, so you can evaluate AVB for yourself and discuss networking more constructively with your clients and manufacturers/partners.

As of now, more than 50 manufacturers have signed on with the AVNU Alliance and are working together to certify that their products are interoperable with each other via the AVB standard. AVB proponents believe it occupies a strong position in the networking landscape and is likely to become the most stable long term solution for audio and video networking. Why?

In this webcast we will:

-Bring your basic knowledge of AVB current and go deeper on the technology

-Clear up out-of-date assumptions about networking that are based on older protocols

-Address perceived networking limitations and when networking works for Pro AV

-Discuss key specifics of the AVB protocol

-Clarify the AVB relationship with comercially-branded network technologies

-Take your questions

Come away with a strong conversant knowledge of the case for AVB and its future role in networking.

Join Sound & Video Contractor and Biamp Systems on September 25th at 2:00 PM EST for this FREE webinar.

Speaker: Dave Theis, Principal at Theis Consulting




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