Understanding Audio-Over-IP From the IT Perspective

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Sponsored by Audinate

Presented by AV Technology

Now available on demand

This webinar reveals highlights from an AV Technology whitepaper of the same name and will educate IT managers and AV managers working with IT departments on how AoIP solutions interact with the corporate network, and best practices on implementing AoIP solutions within the enterprise.

Educate yourself on:

· building blocks of an audio-over-IP solution,

· how it interacts with an enterprise network

· best practices from IT managers who have implemented AoIP solutions.

· using AoIP technology to enable new, revolutionary conferencing solutions that weren’t previously possible with analog connectivity.

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