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What Do You Think of the AVB protocol?

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What Do You Think of the Audio Video Bridging protocol in development by the IEEE 802.1 AVB Task Group?

  1. It is an important and welcome development
  2. Unnecessary
  3. Do not know enough about it to have an opinion yet

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