Tag Archives: AVB

AVB at InfoComm – Enough with the Hype

In my conversations with customers, I’m beginning to hear a recurring theme in relation to AVB (Audio Video Bridging): “I’ve been AVB’d to death. Enough with the hype – when will we see real product in action?” I can understand the frustration. It does feel as though we’ve been talking about AVB for a very […]

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Post-ISE Thoughts

Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on another ISE, I’m realizing that, despite the history of the show, this year seemed to be an entirely new show, for a few reasons.  As you probably read, “a 17% increase in attendance figures has seen Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) achieve the strongest performance of its […]

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Reinventing Yourself in the World of Convergence

The AV industry has seen many changes and innovations come along throughout the years. From the development of digital signal processing to protocol innovations such as AVB, these technological breakthroughs have heralded the biggest and most important change of all: the convergence of AV and IT. This change means adopting new ways of doing business […]

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5 Reasons IT Professionals Will Embrace AVB

We focus a lot on the advantages AVB will bring to our integration partners: streamlining the deployment process, eliminating hundreds of feet of wires, simplifying complicated network design issues, etc. But often overlooked is what I consider a “game-changing” aspect of AVB — IT professionals will embrace it. And that fact will secure meetings and […]

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Welcome to the Future – AVB

I’m just now getting a chance to sit down and capture a few thoughts following a very busy InfoComm show for Biamp. Between Tesira® presentations and customer meetings, it was the rare occasion that I got out to walk the show floor a bit, but when I did the show attendance seemed healthy. I think […]

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Infocomm 2011 – The changing landscape.

Welcome to our first ever Biamp blog post.  I’m pleased to be the one from our company to submit the first post, particularly given the enormous amount of opportunity and change currently present within our industry.  I believe we’re on the verge of what promises to be a very interesting Infocomm show this week. This […]

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