InfoComm 2018: Avnu Alliance members launch Milan protocol
Protocol is the result of 18 months' work by half a dozen manufacturers
InfoComm 2018: guide to the technology alliances and what they’re presenting
Avnu, AIMS, SRT, SDVoE, Internet of AV and more – there's a bewildering array of groups of companies coming together under different banners at...
Opinion: Biamp’s Graeme Harrison on the future of AV networking
Biamp Systems is in many ways ‘protocol agnostic’ as we provide interfaces to most commonly used protocols and plan to continue doing this in...
AVnu Alliance and XMOS announce first certified AVB platform
The first AVnu-certified audio-video bridging (AVB) audio endpoint reference platform has been announced by XMOS and the AVnu Alliance. The XMOS software-defined solution has...
Meyer Sound CAL becomes first AVnu-certified loudspeaker
Meyer Sound has announced that its CAL column array loudspeakers are the first loudspeaker products to receive the AVnu certification by the AVnu Alliance.
AVnu Alliance announces expansion into industrial market
AVnu Alliance has announced an expansion into the industrial control market and revealed three new members Belden, General Electric and National Instruments.
Stadium audio part 4: regulations, PA-VA and live-broadcast integration
For world-class stadium audio systems, there are considerations beyond simply getting the audio from source to speaker. Phil Ward discusses some of them.
AVnu Alliance certifies Extreme Networks switcher series
AVnu Alliance has announced that Extreme Networks is the latest company to have its products certified for AVB interoperability. The Extreme Networks Summit X440...