See Biamp’s AVB DSP system in action4 January 2012
In a significant development that reflects the ongoing rise of Audio Video Bridging (AVB), Biamp Systems is giving international distributors and consultants their first opportunity to get an up-close look at Tesira, the company’s first DSP-based networked media system to employ AVB as the primary digital media transport.
Tesira is an enterprise-wide solution made up of intelligent network modules designed to share and boost performance. It is equipped with modular scalable inputs and outputs, DSPs and networked end-points, providing system design capabilities for unlimited scenarios, including centralised, distributed and hybrid-type applications. Integrators have the option of customising Tesira with up to eight DSP cards (16 DSPs) in a single chassis and a maximum of 420×420 audio channels over a scalable digital media backbone (AVB).
Biamp will be hosting product demonstration sessions on its stand at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00 and 16:00 on 31 January and 1 February, and at 10:00 and 12:00 on 2 February, to showcase Tesira’s partition features and AVB functionality. These sessions will give show attendees an opportunity to speak directly with Biamp’s sales and technical team, and experience the full range of Tesira’s capabilities.