We speak to David Chiappini, research and development VP at Matrox Graphics, about the technologies, demand drivers and issues around the transition t [...]
Having previously looked at the implementation of AVoIP in
Previously we looked at implementation of AV over IP i [...]
Michael Burns investigates how AV over IP is being implemented across a number of different verticals, starting with cor [...]
In which areas are we likely to see AV over IP develop? Following his look at the advantages of the technology and the
Previously we looked at the growing significance of IP as well as
Ian McMurray looks at the different factors that are driving the move to this new paradigm. It’s said that, if somethi [...]
Previously, we looked at the different kinds of cyber [...]
AV installations increasingly have a networked element; but while the IT world has long experience of dealing with security issues, it’s relativ [...]
Paddy Baker visits Atlona’s European HQ to see a demonstration of the company’s virtual matrix technology, which runs over Gi [...]
Having previously considered how far along we are in the
In the first part of our feature on signal management, we considered the two schools of thought, divided into 'progressives' and 'conservatives', [...]
The abundance of networked systems at InfoComm 2016 suggested that AV over IP is finally coming of age – but how far along are we really in this [...]
The first part of this feature looked at some of the benefits of converged AV and IT networks within stadiums. Here we look at the infrastructure demands generated by these venues' video and WiFi requirements.
In many ways stadiums can be said to be at the forefront of the trend towards greater convergence between AV and IT infrastructures. But what are the rewards – and restrictions – of deploying truly converged network environments?