Avnu Alliance in AVB education push
AVnu Alliance, certifier of AVB products, will bring together 17 members when it kicks off an education programme at InfoComm in Orlando, Florida.
The Alliance, which recently added unified communications specialist Arrive Systems Inc. as a promoter member, will host the 17 member companies at a dedicated AVnu Alliance technology and product pavilion, booth number 459a.
Here, it will demonstrate AVB-enabled endpoints and switches with members including Analog Devices, AudioScience, Avid, Barco, Biamp, Echo Digital Audio, Extreme Networks, Harman, Lab X, Riedel, Sennheiser, Shure, Uman, Vitesse, Waves, XMOS and Yamaha.
The System Designer session, part of the Alliance’s educational programme, will be taught at InfoComm.
This session, titled “How to design and specify with AVB,” will focus on the understanding needed on a system level for AVB success.
The session will take place on June 13 from 12:30-2:00 p.m. and will be taught by Dave Theis, principal at Theis Consulting.
In addition, Alliance members, Chris Pane, vice president of Business Development at Lab X Technologies and Jeff Koftinoff, software conductor at Meyer Sound, will lead the session “AVB for AV Network Engineers,” taking place on June 13 from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
The educational program will continue with a quarterly webinar series and new training modules for member companies.