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Monday, October 9 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Why AV Teams Want Networked Infrastructure - 2nd North

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Join the team from Yamaha to understand why AV Teams are using networks and how to support them.  We'll start with a discussion on how AV data must be planned for differently than traditional applications and differentiate between high bandwidth (which IT is used to considering) and low latency (which is critical for audio networks).  
Next, we will offer some insights on where IT and AV professionals often miscommunicate, not based on what is said but what is omitted - the expected factors that were previously thought to be obvious.  We'll bring clarity on terms common to each industry that mean different things.  We'll also discuss common expectations of support and problem resolution, which may well impact your design.
Finally, we'll also take a look at different topology models to address the needs of these systems.  From the creation of "ponds" of high speed audio, integration of Wi-Fi access and internet for control from enterprise networks, and managing wide-spread communication loads, we'll offer multiple methods that are commonly done - you can decide which one is right for you.
With the information from this session, you will be well prepared to work with your AV team on the future of audio and facility communications.

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Patrick Killianey

Network Applications Engineer & Educator, Yamaha Professional Audio Division
Patrick is Yamaha's specialist in audio networks, teaching, commissioning and supporting projects across the USA and Canada. Some say Patrick is a "Jack of All Trades" with a unique perspective gained by walking in the shoes of many industry roles. He has been a musician, audio... Read More →


Monday October 9, 2017 10:45am - 11:45am
West Tower - 2nd North

Attendees (35)