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Mike Cronk, vice president of core technology at Grass Valley

AIMS Members to Give More Than 30 Presentations

Representatives from the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) member companies made 33 presentations at the 2018 NAB Show. These include nine paper presentations at the broader NAB conference, covering a range of topics related to media-over-IP workflows, and 24 talks as part of the IP Showcase Theater. AIMS was a sponsor of the IP Showcase along with partners AES, AMWA, EBU, IABM, NAB, SMPTE, and VSF.

Speaking in his capacity as AIMS chairman, Mike Cronk (pictured), vice president of core technology at Grass Valley, took part in a panel discussion titled "Is IP Real?" as part of the 2018 NAB Show's SBE Ennes Workshop on Saturday, April 7.

In addition, AIMS member companies will present papers on topics ranging from audio over IP and networking to redundancy and timing, providing insights into hot topics surrounding implementation and usage of the standards and specifications promoted by AIMS. 

The IP Showcase Theater was part of the AIMS IP Showcase (booth C12634). It is a one-stop destination where everyone from broadcast/IT engineers and CEOs to TV producers can learn everything they need to know to unlock the full potential of using IP for real-time media. In the IP Showcase Theater, representatives from AIMS member companies will make presentations on IP technology and installations in support of the AIMS roadmap — and highlight solutions to technical challenges related to the transition from SDI to IP. Presentation topics included the following:

• "IP Use Case Benefits," Luann Linnebur, Head of Business Development, Nevion

• "IP Showcase Panel: What Is the Big Deal About Real-Time IP?" Stan Moote, IABM; Mike Cronk, AIMS/Grass Valley; Luann Linnebur, Nevion; Mike Bany, FOX

• "IP Networking for Real-Time Video," Robert Welch, Technical Solutions Lead, Arista Networks

• "Report on Real-World Uncompressed IP Media Infrastructures. Lessons Learned Through Multiple Open-Standards-Based Installations," Robert Erickson, Advanced Technology Manager, Grass Valley

• "Getting Started With NMOS IS-04 and IS-05," Robert Porter, Project Manager, Sony Europe Limited

• "Standardized Connection Management for Essences and Network Flows in SMPTE ST 2110 and AES67," Arne Bonninghoff, Head of IP Research, Riedel Communications

• "Using AMWA IS-04/IS-05 Technologies in a Routing Control Environment," John Mailhot, CTO, Networking & Infrastructure, Imagine Communications

• "SDN for Contribution, Live Production, and Playout Environments — To IGMP or Not to IGMP? That Is the Question," Gerard Phillips, Systems Engineer, Arista Networks|

• "Handling Metadata in SMPTE ST 2110," Paul Briscoe, Consultant, Evertz

• "Practical Multivendor Application of SMPTE ST 2110 – Technical Challenges and Solutions," Nestor A. Amaya, Ross Video; François Legrand, CBC

• "SMPTE ST 2110 Infrastructure and IP Flow Monitoring," Thomas Gunkel, Broadcast Market Director, Skyline Communications

• "AIMS Reference System Architecture Guidelines," Chuck Meyer, Chief Technology Officer, Production, Grass Valley/AIMS

• "SMPTE ST 2110 Step 2: Perfecting the Picture and Sorting the Sound — Optimizing IP Media Designs for Maximum Flexibility and Benefit," Andy Rayner, Chief Technologist, Nevion

• "The SMPTE ST 2110-21 Timing Profiles," Paul Briscoe, Consultant, Evertz

• "Deep Dive Into SMPTE ST 2110-40 Ancillary Data," Leigh Whitcomb, Architect, Imagine Communications

• "Deep Dive Into SMPTE ST 2110-21 Traffic Shaping and Delivery Timing for Video," Leigh Whitcomb Architect, Imagine Communications

• "How to Use SMPTE ST 2110 to Solve High-Bandwidth Flows in IP Infrastructures," James Stellpflug, EVS; Mike Cronk, AIMS/Grass Valley

• "IP Showcase User Panel," Thomas Edwards, FOX

• "An Update on the Live IP Implementation for the BBC Wales Cardiff Central Square Project," Mark Patrick, Lead Architect, BBC Design & Engineering

• "IS-06: The Network Traffic Cop to Protect and Reserve Your Bandwidth," Thomas Edwards, FOX; Subha Dhesikan, Cisco 

• "PTP and ST 2110 — The Inside Story," Paul Briscoe, Consultant, Evertz

• "The Audio Parts of ST 2110 Explained," Andreas Hildebrand, Technology Evangelist, ALC NetworX GmbH

• "Deep Dive Into SMPTE ST 2110-30/31 and AES67 Audio," Leigh Whitcomb, Architect, Imagine Communications

• "The Roles of AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110 in the Production World," Patrick Killianey, Network Applications Engineer, Yamaha Commercial Audio Division. (4/17)

pictured: Mike Cronk, vice president of core technology at Grass Valley

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