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AES 2019 Sets A/VoIP Presentation Schedule

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions has a lot planned for this year’s AES Convention.

Bothell, WA (October 15, 2019)—The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) and the Audio Engineering Society (AES) have released the complete lineup of presentations for the Audio/Video-over-IP Technology Pavilion Theater at the upcoming AES New York 2019 Convention.

Over the three-day convention, which takes place Oct. 16–18 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City, the theater will feature a continuous program of 30-minute presentations covering a broad range of topics on audio and video networking over IP. The 2019 Audio/Video-over-IP Technology Pavilion Theater presentations will address 20 topics and include technical tutorials, real-world case studies, market/business case analyses, point-of-view/advocacy, and updates on the progress of audio and video over IP standards.

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Covered technologies will range from AES67 and the SMPTE ST 2110 suite for Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks to AMWA NMOS specifications, timing and synchronization using SMPTE ST 2059, and the emerging JT-NM TR-1001-1 framework for installing, configuring and interconnecting equipment.

“AES and AIMS are collaborating once again to present the 2019 Audio/Video-over-IP Technology Pavilion, designed to offer visitors valuable insights and practical knowledge about audio and video over IP networking. And this year we’ve expanded the scope of the pavilion to include video and other related professional media networking topics,” said Terry Holton, AIMS Audio Group chairman.

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“Presenters ranging from industry associations and solutions providers to end users and technology developers will share their knowledge and perspectives on the latest developments in audio and video over IP technologies and deployments. Presentations are open to all AES attendees, as well as attendees to the NAB NY Show, which runs in parallel to the AES Convention. The presentations will provide a great learning opportunity for pro audio, broadcast and pro AV professionals as they transition their operations and businesses to IP.”

The full schedule of presentations for the Audio/Video-over-IP Technology Pavilion is available at: http://www.aes.org/events/147/aoip/?displayall

Alliance for IP Media Solutions • www.aimsalliance.org

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