Tag Archives: networked AV

Weekly Reading: Net Insecurity on Campus, at the Nuke Plant

For an infographic that InfoComm recently published about AV in higher education, we learned that 79 percent of students think their study tools should be more like social media. Wha?! Although maybe students have it all figured out — turn this century’s great distraction into an avenue of learning. Heck, if you’re already checking your […]

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Perfect Timing and the Internet of Things: Q&A With the AVnu Alliance

Networks were not originally designed to care much about a signal’s precise timing. All they cared about was taking data where it needed to go. Right from the start, the key goal of Audio Video Bridging (AVB) was to enable the network infrastructure to support time, which is what audio and video signals are most sensitive about. The name […]

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Overheard at GovComm 2012

Here’s some of what we know: There are a bunch of AV integration companies that work well with government customers and see an opportunity to grow that part of their business. Several of them were at GovComm 2012 in Washington, D.C., the last week of November, including Applied Visual Communications, Audio Video Systems, Communications Engineering […]

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