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New Audinate White Paper Focuses On “The Three Pillars of Audio Networking”

Sheds light on the important but often overlooked elements that make up a complete audio networking solution

A new white paper being offered by Audinate, titled “The Three Pillars of Audio Networking,” sheds light on the important but often overlooked elements that make up a complete audio networking solution. 

This white paper examines the roles played by solution execution, support, and product availability in delivering real-world interoperability. 

The report, written by Audinate, references parallels in the recent history of digital technology to bring added understanding to the factors that drive usage and compatibility.

The white paper also covers:

•    The tools OEMs, installation contractors and end users need to easily implement and deploy networked audio solutions

•    The importance of product development and support in the success of audio networking

•    Key factors that drive a broad ecosystem of compatible products

•    The role played by underlying standards such as TCP/IP and AES67 play

“As the market for digital audio networking rapidly expands, interoperability between products from different manufacturers is increasingly important for consultants, integrators and end-users,” explains Joshua Rush, vice president of marketing for Audinate.  “This white paper explores the critical pieces of a complete audio networking solution, beyond just standards, that enable that to happen.”

Download the white paper here.


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