“Bandwidth is important to the conversation, and choosing the right bandwidth and codec can greatly expand the functional options.”
Control rooms provide operators and decision-makers access to myriad video and audio sources with the ability to move rapidly between sources.
Investing in technology for an enterprise is a balance between meeting the functional needs, financial constraints, and the return on the investment.
This paradigm shift, coupled with the availability of software-centric systems and shrinking margins for hardware, are making the AV-as-a-Service (AVaaS) model viable.
Knowledge workers are inundated with information. In-house network storage of proprietary data can be delivered in moments.
It’s a noble quest — the mission to design and integrate professional AV systems from best-in-class manufacturers with products that all interoperate.
For technology professionals, the focus is on the hardware, the configuration software, and physical considerations like racks, cooling, and cabling.
BYOD, or “Bring Your Own Device,” is a hot topic with perennial relevance in AV systems design and management.
As video streaming over IP technologies continues to increase as an application, the conversation typically turns to bandwidth and compression.
Justin O'Connor reviews the AMX by Harman N2400 series of encoders and decoders, Utelogy's U-Computer, HDBaseT over IP, and LG's Stretch Display.
The differences between multi-room and in-room approaches are in the cabling and infrastructure, but is comes down to the CODECs to deal with those differences.
In this continuing bi-weekly newsletter we explore topics pertinent to mission-critical command and control rooms.