|The session will focus on how integrators can use IEEE’s AVB standard to transport audio and video over Ethernet networks|
Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, recently announced that Biamp Area Manager for Central America Ernesto Montanez, will be presenting a session titled “Understanding AVB and its Advantages” at TecnoMultimedia InfoComm Mexico 2014. The presentation will take place from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 22 in the Tajin-Peten Lounge at Mexico City’s World Trade Center.
The session will focus on how integrators can use the IEEE’s audio video bridging (AVB) standard to transport audio and video easily over Ethernet networks in order to bridge the gap between AV and IT systems. In addition, participants will understand the technology’s future role in networking as well as how AVB can simplify network infrastructures, reduce implementation costs, and ensure the successful delivery of cutting-edge AV applications. Attendees will walk away with the knowledge of how to plan, design, and implement a seamless, interoperable AVB system throughout their installations.
“As the AV industry continues to evolve and integrate into IT networks, AVB will become an extremely important enabler for ensuring effective AV networking capabilities,” said Montanez. “This InfoComm session will help integrators better understand how AVB will provide system advantages, greater cost effectiveness, and higher performance levels than ever before. Biamp is a strong supporter of AVB as it promises greater stability, flexibility, and scalability for today’s AV projects an all sizes.”
Based in Mexico City, Montanez oversees all sales and installations within the region. With more than fifteen years of hands-on experience in sourcing and promotion of audio systems, he is specialised in IT within audio/video installations and has successfully managed solutions for large-scale installations within venues such as stadiums, convention centers, hospitals, airports, and offshore platforms. An engineer, Montanez has previously worked with Bosch Security Systems and Sennheiser Electronics and holds a degree in Audio Engineering from Universidad Tecnológica Vicente Pérez Rosales.