IP Lab @ BCA2017

Interoperability the true enabler of IP

March 08, 2017

BALI – IP represents the future … and the present. IP switches are already beginning to replace baseband video routers and multi-viewers, while remote productions are increasingly utilising IP connectivity.

IP interoperability has arrived

March 08, 2017

AMSTERDAM – In an industry where competition is arguably fiercer than it has even been, the ability to bring a host of broadcast equipment and solutions providers to work together on a common goal — many of whom remain direct competitors to one another — perhaps tells its own story.

SMPTE celebrated centennial year in 2016

March 01, 2017

At its founding in 1916, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) began its work to foster interoperability in the motion-imaging field. Its first priority was to standardise film formats. Over the decades since that time, both the scope and complexity of technology in motion-imaging ramped up, particularly in the 1980s and 1990s. Since then, SMPTE, along with the industry as a whole, has struggled with a challenging economic climate, although the Society has used this as an opportunuity to evolve.

The future may be IP

The future may be IP, but how do we get there?

February 22, 2017

Alphabet pasta is a funny thing I haven’t had since I was a kid, but recently every conversation with a broadcast manufacturer seems to remind me of it: AIMS this, ASPEN that and NMI the other. The only thing outpacing the adoption of IP infrastructures by broadcasters is the amount of hype and hyperbole about the benefits of IP-based infrastructures and the sheer amount of alphabet pasta terms being bandied about.

Asia may go fully IP in 2020

Asia may go fully IP in 2020

February 17, 2017

SINGAPORE – Broadcasters and content producers in Asia are generally convinced of the great benefits they will reap when they embrace IP — but many are hesitant to do so.

Plan ahead to embrace IP

January 19, 2017

The future of TV is compelling content that follows consumers everywhere, across multiple platforms, and IP can help broadcasters to achieve it, said Andrew Yeo, publisher of APB.

Live IP: A practical view.

November 18, 2016

For many years now, we have taken for granted that the future of content production lies with IP, and how it promises many benefits.

special supplement

Satellite Special 2017

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