New this year, the IBC IP Interoperability Zone demonstrated verified technical interoperability over IP.
Bringing to life the work of the Joint Task Force on Networked Media, the new zone showcased the reality of this technology and the alignment of the industry to one common roadmap.
Delegates were invited to test, explore and verify how the technologies on display related to each other whilst hearing case studies from industry leaders on how these technologies are enabling their businesses.
With interoperability from over 30 diverse companies demonstrated, delegates engaged directly with the advances in Timing, Transport and Registration & Discovery whilst observing a live TV production embracing this technology with the unified standards roadmap in action thanks to Belgian broadcaster VRT in conjunction with EBU and 12 different companies.
Stan Moote (IABM CTO), Mike Cronk (VP of Core Technology, Grass Valley), Richard Friedel (EVP & General Manager, Engineering and Operations, Fox Networks) and Brad Gilmer (President, Gilmer & Associates) discuss Interoperability.
IABM hosted a panel discussion with vendors and end users
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|Jack Douglass from PacketStorm gives us a behind the scene look at the IBC InterOp Zone||Each of the three main zones are described by members of the IP InterOp team||Karel De Bondt (LiveIP Project Manager at VRT) dicusses the importance of IP and common standards||Thomas Edwards (VP Engineering & Development at FOX Networks) discusses the importance of IP and collaboration||Costas Columbus (Manager Special Projects, Broadcasting Center Europe) discusses the importance of IP and collaboration|
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“For a number of years now the industry has needed a way forward to collaborate on IP interoperability. It was critical that the industry’s vendors came together to achieve this and at IBC we will see the fruits of the labours of the organisations behind the JT-NM and the Live IP project. We are pleased to be standing alongside AIMS to evidence the real practical progress the industry has achieved through collaboration” - IABM CEO Peter White