Topic: IP interoperability
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) will begin rolling out a new series of technical specifications geared toward promoting interoperability.
The Alliance for IP Media Solutions and the Media Networking Alliance are forming one trade association for promoting IP in media and entertainment.
The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) announced that it has entered into an agreement with the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA).
SMPTE announced the approval of the first standards within SMPTE ST 2110—subtitled Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks.
Both NBCUniversal and Viacom have separately announced new partnerships with Cisco, NBCU for its IP migration and Viacom for updates to its U.S. video delivery network.
One year ago, IBC CEO Michael Crimp pledged that IBC would help usher in the next stages of IP for broadcast in 2017.
Broadcasters are aggressively moving to all-IP delivery for a host of advantages, a group of technologists and producers said at NAB this morning.
While NAB is a conference now focused on the business of delivering digital video content over-the-top, it’s easy for some on the periphery to remember there’s a key broadcast industry constituency still very much on the curve of the IP transition.
“... people have accepted that it’s not only possible but probable that this is going to happen sooner than later," said Imagine's Brick Eksten.