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Apr 2, 2015
BEAVERTON, Oregon — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative networked media systems, today announced that Biamp® senior applications engineer, Kane Zhang, will be presenting two speaking sessions at InfoComm China 2015. Delivered in Mandarin on 9 April at 11:30 and in English at 15:00, the presentation titled “The Exploration of Networked Audio Protocols: AVB, CobraNet, and Dante” will examine the specific features of today’s audio protocols. At 16:00, Zhang will present “Anatomy of Distributed vs. Centralized Paging Solutions” in Mandarin and explore the trade-offs between centralized and decentralized paging system topologies. All three sessions will take place at the China National Convention Center (CNCC) in Beijing.
Understanding the different network infrastructures of CobraNet®, Dante™, and AVB technology will allow participants to better gauge the opportunities, applications, and specific functions of the audio market’s available protocols. Zhang will also look into differentiating time mechanisms, IP routing of media over networks, and discuss the role of AES67 within the various protocols. The second session will investigate the architectures, benefits, and unique characteristics of distributed and centralized paging solutions. In addition, the presentation will look into issues such as scalability, interoperability, system reliability, and the resulting AV system’s total cost of ownership.
“Our industry is at a crossroads, creating the need for system installers to fully understand the innovations and technology protocols behind today’s rapidly evolving systems,” said Zhang. “Through these sessions, audience members will better understand how to select networking options that are best suited to their applications and specific AV solutions, while gaining more insight into the impact of different paging system infrastructures. InfoComm China proves to be a very engaging event, and I look forward to speaking with participants from all areas of the audio industry.”
As a senior applications engineer for Biamp, Zhang specializes in DSP programming. With more than 12 years of extensive experience working in the AV industry, Zhang joined Biamp in 2010 and is based in Hong Kong. Previously, he worked with videoconferencing companies such as Polycom and Tandberg, bringing a wide range of technical consultation and expertise to speaking events.
Additional information is available at http://www.infocomm-china.com/en/programme.php.
Biamp Systems, LLC is a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems that power the world’s most sophisticated audio/video installations. The company is recognized worldwide for delivering high-quality products and backing each one with a commitment to exceptional customer service.
Recipient of the Frost & Sullivan 2018 Global Installed Audio Conferencing Enabling Technology Leadership Award, Biamp® is dedicated to creating products that drive the evolution of communication through sight and sound. The award-winning Biamp product suite includes: Tesira® media system for digital audio and video networking, Devio® collaboration tool for modern workplaces, Audia® digital audio platform, Nexia® digital signal processors, Vocia® networked public address and voice evacuation system, and Cambridge Sound Management QTPro® and DynasoundPro® sound masking solutions. Each has its own specific feature set that can be customized and integrated in a wide range of applications, including corporate boardrooms, conference centers, huddle rooms, open floor environments, performing arts venues, courtrooms, hospitals, transportation hubs, campuses, retail, military and government, and multi-building facilities.
Founded in 1976, Biamp is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, USA, with additional offices around the globe. For more information on Biamp, please visit www.biamp.com.
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