Returning again after a very successful training workshop in 2017, this year Audinate will be presenting the course 'Optimizing Your Dante Network' at Prolight + Sound Middle East 2018. This course is designed to aid the existing Dante Certification Program, and adds more in-depth knowledge for AV professionals so that they can better their expertise in Dante networks.
Based on industry standards, Audinate created Dante, an uncompressed, multi-channel digital media networking technology, with near-zero latency and synchronization. Dante is the preferred audio networking solution that has been adopted by more pro-audio AV manufacturers than any other networking technology. Interoperability is not a dream of the future, but a reality today. Hundreds of Dante-enabled products are available from the world’s leading manufacturers, enabling you to mix devices from multiple manufacturers.
Optimizing Your Dante Network: Training Workshop
"Optimizing Your Dante Network" is a new course designed to teach attendees about some of the key design concepts, and more common technologies deployed in typical medium-sized networks. This course is ideal for reinforcement of Dante Certification topics along with new approaches to IT convergence, system design and more. This course will give attendees practical real-world examples to get the most out of their Dante network.
Date: Tuesday 25th September 2018
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Hall 4, Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre
Who Should Attend?
• System integrators
• Sound engineers
• Distributors and dealers of Dante-enabled products
• Design consultants
Guarantee your seat by pre-registering
More than 85 engineers, integrators and industry professionals attended the Level 1 & 2 Dante certification workshop at last year's edition of Prolight + Sound Middle East.
• Fundamentals: How packet switched networks function, what is IP? What is a Layered model? Network transport layers (TCP/UDP… where they work best).
• IP Routing – Simpler than “they” say. IP network addressing techniques
• Network resilience techniques (high availability, and exploits of standards to create redundancy)
• Concepts for Integrating Audio Networks with Larger Property IT Infrastructure
• Synchronizing devices (its time, not clock) – PTP and why it is popular not just in Audio
• Terminology – “so nice they named it thrice”
• Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast traffic – where they are good, and how to deal with bandwidth
• IT/AV attitudes to security – Why they feel in conflict
Workshop hosted by Kieran Walsh from Audinate
Director of Application Engineering (EMEA), Audinate
Kieran has enjoyed a varied career in Audio engineering, currently, the role at Audinate sees him giving support and training to manufacturers of a wide range of AV equipment. Prior to Joining Audinate, Kieran was Head of Digital and RF at Britannia Row Productions. Apart from the work most associated with Britannia Row, being live concert sound production, Britannia Row has a healthy interest in "special projects". These projects included many broadcast events where equipment and skills would be leased to a facilities house. Kieran was heavily involved in integrating equipment from various departments and disciplines to create a functioning system. Kieran attributes his interest in the integration of different disciplines to his background and training as a classical musician and producer/engineer of classical and Jazz recordings, which have been carried as radio programs and incidental music for feature films.