Professional Audio Visual (A/V) now has a standard, the backing of major industry players in sound and video, and exciting applications, from board rooms, to large event centers. As enterprises continue to grow and expand the many ways they present and communicate, there is an increasing need for professional-grade audio and video capabilities, yet without the cost and complexity of legacy solutions.
Professional AV was previously limited to being a luxury item for enterprises, deployed through specialized systems and expensive AV architecture. With the AVB standard, AV has now become an essential and easy to integrate tool with the network. The AVB standard allows high quality audio and video to run over Ethernet switches (such as the AVB-certified Summit X460), synching both streams together as it is deployed on a single Ethernet LAN, where speed and performance is faster and more cost effective.
So forget what you might have heard about AVB being a single-purpose technology expressly for recording studios –as that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We’re here to explain how AVB is the next great networking convergence success story. As a member of the AVnu Alliance, Extreme Networks is dedicated to bringing AVB interoperability to life.
Join us on Thursday, October 30 at 11 a.m. ET to learn more about what exactly AVB is and how it can benefit your network today.
- Todd Acree, director of product marketing, Extreme Networks
- Mark Towler, solutions marketing manager, Extreme Networks
What: Why You Need To Be Thinking About Audio-Video Bridging (AVB) Now Webinar
When: Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. ET
Where: Register here for the event