Newsletter from 18/04/2017
NAB Show 2017: Status of IP Interoperability in the Broadcast Industry
Representatives from seven AIMS member companies and the AIMS leadership will present 15 papers at the 2017 NAB Show related to IP video delivery
AIMS will continue the IP discussion and join AES, AMWA, EBU, NAB, IABM, Media Networking Alliance, SMPTE, and VSF in the IP Showcase, which will take place in booth N4824. AIMS' participation in the IP Showcase is part of its ongoing cooperative effort to establish a uniform approach to all-IP workflows based on industry standards and recommendations that are already established or are well underway. A recent AIMS survey reveals that many AIMS members are moving quickly to bring products to market that are compliant with the SMPTE suite of standards for Professional Media over IP Networks (SMPTE ST 2110) by the end of 2017. SMPTE ST 2110 is currently in final draft stage.
As of today we feature 87 companies and their approach at NAB2017 Show. This list is continously updated until NAB2017 opens on 24 April at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
360RIZE - Adder - Apantac - Artel - Avid - Aviwest - Axon - AZilPix - Bexel - Bittree - Bluebell - Broadcast Solutions - Calrec - Canare - ChyronHego - Clear-Com - Dejero - DNF - DPA - DTC - EVS - Facilis - For-A - Fujifilm - G&D - Grass Valley - Hitachi - i-movix - Imagine Communications - Josph Electronics - Jünger Audio - Lawo - Leader - LiveU - Media Links - Mobile Viewpoint - MultyDyne - NASA - NetApp - Neumann - NewTek - Octopus - Osprey - PAG - Pronology - Rohde & Schwarz - Ross Video - RTS - RTW - SAM - Sennheiser - Slomo.TV - Soliton - Sonnet - Sony - Studio Technologies - Tektronix - Telestream - Timecode Systems - TSL - TVLogic - Utah Scientific - videoReferee - Vimond - Vizrt - VSN - Wazee - Wisycom
The link "NAB2017" will always show you the featured companies and events in alphabetical order.