Portland, OR (May 4, 2016)—Audinate will unveil a new format for its sixth-annual Dante AV Networking World education event during InfoComm 2016, featuring two session tracks and new Dante certification.
The free all-day conference will open with a general session for all attendees featuring “Audio Networking Trends and Research,” presented by Roland Hemming, RH Consulting; “Unlocking the Power of Dante Via,” presented by Brad Price, senior product manager, Audinate; and “Inside Dante Labs: Preview of New Dante Features” by Aidan Williams, CTO, Audinate.
Following the joint general session, attendees will have the option of attending one of two tracks. Track 1 is designed for attendees that are new to Dante, and are looking for the basic foundation to get started. This track will feature “Introduction to Dante,” covering audio networking fundamentals, basic networking concepts, creating a small-scale Dante network and using Dante Controller and Dante Virtual Soundcard; and Intermediate Dante Concepts, covering topics such as Dante redundancy, clocking, latency, multicast and AES67.
Track 2 is geared toward attendees that are already using Dante, and are looking to create more advanced systems and learn best practices. This track will feature “Intermediate Dante Concepts,” covering topics such as Dante redundancy, clocking, latency, multicast and AES67, and “Advanced Dante Workshop,” an interactive session covering advanced networking concepts, mixed use networks, networking best practices and troubleshooting techniques.
All attendees will receive four InfoComm CTS RU credits. In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in Audinate’s new Dante Certification Program.