Beaverton, Ore. – December 2, 2013 – AVnu Alliance, the industry consortium that certifies Audio Video Bridging (AVB) products for interoperability, will host 11 member companies at a dedicated AVnu Alliance technology and product pavilion, Hall 7 Booth H195, at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2014, taking place February 4-6 in Amsterdam.
Featuring live demonstrations of AVB networks, the Pavilion will include participation from AVnu Alliance members with the latest in AVB-enabled products. Members include: Barco, Biamp, Extreme Networks, Harman, Meyer Sound, Riedel, Uman, XMOS and Yamaha. Demonstrations in the Pavilion will highlight AVB as a foundational element of the network that can be utilized by many types of traffic or media on the same network, such as audio, video, IP, control signals, wired and wireless networks.
“AVB capability in the network is proving valuable across an increasing breadth of markets including automotive, residential, and professional audio/video. We are thrilled to have a large number of AVnu member products to showcase in the pavilion this year. Industry momentum in the market is accelerating and AVnu Alliance is helping to define the direction especially with the growing support from AVnu members for professional video. Our powerful and growing membership demonstrates the group’s dedication to creating a networked ecosystem of interoperable devices through certification,” says Rick Kreifeldt, AVnu Alliance President.”
As part of AVnu Alliance’s industry education of AVB interoperability, Alliance member, Jeff Koftinoff, software conductor at Meyer Sound, will lead the session “Deploying Large Scale AVB Networks,” taking place at ISE on February 6 from 1300-1400.
About AVnu Alliance
The AVnu Alliance is dedicated to the advancement of streaming audio video by promoting the adoption of IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards over the network infrastructure. The organization strives to create an open path to AVB standards, define AVB compliance test procedures, and an AVnu certification program that ensures AVB interoperability of networked A/V devices to provide the highest quality streaming experience in professional A/V, automotive, and consumer applications to deliver a compelling end user experience.