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AIMS Board Welcomes Görner

Larissa Görner of Net Insight is the latest elected board member of the Alliance for IP Media Solutions.

Bothwell, WA (November 20, 2018)—The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) has announced that all existing board members have been re-elected to their positions for 2018-2019 and are joined by newly elected board member Larissa Görner of Net Insight.

Together with Görner, AIMS board chair Michael Cronk (Grass Valley), deputy board chair Steve Reynolds (Imagine Communications), chief financial officer Andreas Hilmer (Lawo), and board member Andy Warman (Harmonic) will lead the organization’s effort toward a standards-based IP infrastructure for professional media.

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In Görner’s currently serves as the strategic product manager and head of live and remote production solutions at Net Insight, working closely with the company’s broadcast customers to assist them with their transition to new IP-based technologies. With her combined experience with new IP-based technologies and new production workflows, Görner has reportedly helped customers get the most out of their transition to IP.

“AIMS board members are committed to a common set of standards for IP media transport in the media and entertainment industry. Along with AIMS members and our colleagues in like-minded organizations, we work tirelessly to achieve this goal,” said Michael Cronk, AIMS board chair.

“The transformative power of IP in our industry is clear, and it’s an honor to be part of such a dedicated group of people. I’m especially happy to have Larissa at the table and know that she’ll bring a fresh perspective and valuable insight and experience to our efforts.”

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AIMS board members are selected annually. Their terms start immediately. AIMS is an industry consortium led by broadcast engineers, technologists, vendors and business executives dedicated to an open-standards approach that moves broadcast and media companies from legacy SDI systems to a virtualized, IP-based environment. AIMS’ efforts build upon those of standards bodies such as the Video Services Forum (VSF), the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), the European Broadcast Union (EBU) and the Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA).

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