InfoComm 2014 - AVB Education Takes Center Stage at InfoComm with New Sessions Hosted by AVnu Alliance

Alliance member companies showcasing AVnu-certified and AVB devices at InfoComm Pavilion

Beaverton, Ore. - May 7, 2014 - AVnu Alliance, the industry consortium that certifies Audio Video Bridging (AVB) products for interoperability, has announced today that its 2014 InfoComm initiatives will include several new education sessions which attendees can use for recertification units (RU credits) toward a Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) certification.


The dedicated AVnu Alliance technology pavilion will host ten Alliance member companies showcasing AVB and AVnu-certified demonstrations and products in booth number C11350 at InfoComm Show 2014, taking place in Las Vegas, NV on June 18-20th. In addition, the Alliance will host a new line up of in-booth presentations, as well as an industry cocktail party.

The AVnu Alliance Pavilion at InfoComm 2014 will engage visitors with in-booth AVB educational courses from Alliance members every hour. Sponsor members will also treat attendees to an in-booth networking cocktail party on Wednesday, June 18th, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. hosted by Alliance members Biamp Systems, Extreme Networks and Yamaha. Housing a large number of member companies in one pavilion allows visitors to experience the growing AVnu-certified ecosystem and learn more about advancements to AVB.

Continuing commitment to the AVB education program, AVnu Alliance will also be presenting to attendees in two InfoComm sessions as part of the official program. The schedule for the InfoComm sessions is as follows:

•Effective Deployment & Management of Large Scale AVB Networks
oISO012 - Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 from 8:00AM - 10:00AM
oSpeaker: Jeff Koftinoff, Meyer Sound
o1.5 RU Credits
•How to Design and Specify Systems Using AVB
oISO070 - Thursday, June 19th, 2014 from 2:30PM - 4:40PM
oSpeaker: Rob Boatright, Harman
o2 RU Credits

In addition, Alliance member Greg Kopchinski from Avid will present AVB for Live Production and Houses of Worship on Friday, June 20th, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. as a part of the Technologies for Houses of Worship's co-branded seminar at InfoComm 2014. Those interested in registering for any of the above sessions may do so through the InfoComm 2014 Official Event Explorer.

About AVnu Alliance
The AVnu Alliance is dedicated to the advancement of streaming audio video by promoting the adoption of IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards over the network infrastructure. The organization strives to create an open path to AVB standards, define AVB compliance test procedures, and an AVnu certification program that ensures AVB interoperability of networked A/V devices to provide the highest quality streaming experience in professional A/V, automotive, and consumer applications to deliver a compelling end user experience.

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