Las Vegas, NY (May 15, 2012)—At InfoComm 2012, the AVnu Alliance will present numerous AVB (Audio/Video Bridging) technology showcase and education offerings.
Live demonstrations of AVB-enabled devices will show A/V networking as systems from 15 pro A/V equipment manufacturers and platform providers interoperate at the AVnu Alliance Pavilion. An AVB education program lineup will illustrate how AVB is used for A/V networking for manufacturers, integrators, consultants, and other A/V professionals.
The interoperability demo will feature devices from 15 member companies, including Pro A/V equipment manufacturers Avid, Biamp, Bosch, Harman, Meyer Sound, Riedel Communications, Sennheiser, and Yamaha, network equipment vendor Extreme Networks, as well as platform providers Analog Devices, Audinate, Lab X, Marvell, UMAN, and XMOS. ?
“As we roll out the AVnu certification program for AVB devices, we have been getting more and more requests for AVB education programs,” says Lee Minich, marketing chair for AVnu Alliance. “Our presence at InfoComm underscores the deep cooperation among members to make AVB deployment a reality.”
AVB seminars are scheduled at the AVnu Alliance Pavilion, with sessions ranging from introduction to AVB and advanced technical overview, to application-specific topics covering house of worship, education, live performance, and more.
“InfoComm is pleased that in 2012 it is working with the AVnu Alliance to produce a pavilion for attendees to learn about the value of AVnu-certified AVB technology,” says Randal Lemke, executive director and CEO of InfoComm. “Show attendees can see and participate in live demonstrations and education from the member companies of the alliance.”
The AVnu Alliance Pavilion at InfoComm will be located at booth C11309 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Including more than 40 companies representing industries across automotive, pro A/V, and consumer electronics, the AVnu Alliance certifies AVB devices for interoperability with the goal of creating fully interoperable and easy to implement A/V networks.