Audio Over IP in a busy multi-facility complex: Challenges and solutions as networks evolve.
Audio over IP has facilitated scaling of high-quality content sharing networks with both unprecedented facility, and similarly low cost infrastructure investment. Connections that are at best “very difficult to achieve” in Analog, are commonplace, and have no greater cost than the simplest connection, when the distribution of content is moved to a network base.
Alongside this facility is the ability to attach hundreds, if not thousands of devices, and channels to a common network infrastructure. As was found with the first data networks, as these systems scale up, concerns of management, access, and “sharing nicely” come to the fore. In this training, we will concentrate upon how the great cost-savings and flexibility of an audio over IP network distribution system, can be managed. We will consider proven IT management principles. However we will also consider how we work with a sensitivity in integration, that is fit for the purpose of a dynamic and creative studio infrastructure.
Training Session Topic: Maximizing the Benefits of Dante in the Real World
Audinate's Dante is the leading solution for media over IP networks. This session will cover some important topics to allow systems integrators and consultants to maximise the benefit of Dante in the real world. This training session will cover:
- Layer 3 routed networks, and how to scale your projects using IP technologies.
- Securing your network using Dante Domain Manager.
- User access and workflows in large systems.
- A look at what the Dante AV platform brings to the ecosystem, and the exciting developments that adding video to the Dante offering brings.
Who Should Attend?
• System integrators
• Sound engineers
• Distributors and dealers of Dante-enabled products
• Design consultants
FREE EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS
The past two editions of Prolight + Sound Middle East saw more than 145 industry professionals, attend the Dante certification workshops hosted at the show by Audinate.
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.
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.