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NETGEAR has expanded its new series of IP switches designed and purpose built for the growing AV-over-IP market with the M4250 series.
In the second of a two-part lesson, we address some basic IP principles that seem to be overlooked: half duplex versus full duplex and statistical multiplexing.
Latency is discussed widely in the AV industry. However, we’ll now focus on one aspect that is almost never considered: the impact of latency on TCP based video flows.
In the second part of this series, we dive into deeper detail about AV and IT standards, support tools, and the bridge that pro AV may provide for these two groups to move closer together.
Netgear has announced the availability of GS716TP and GS716TPP, two new 16-port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Smart Managed Pro Switches.
The IT industry has recently begun devoting increased attention to the important role of network buffers, which are central to the delivery of data.
In this month's Byte-Sized Lesson, Phil Hippensteel discusses how to use ping and traceroute to troubleshoot network connectivity problems.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis on the Global Network Access control market finds that the work-from-home trend will help increase the sector by two-thirds, reaching $2.21 billion by 2024.
ICMP is a mandatory operating system extension that helps explain how IP traffic is functioning. In this lesson, we review the protocol and delve into how its applications can be used effectively.
If IT has a high-level view through a domain manager tool, then AV needs low-level tools to manage specific devices and connections.
By using a traditional IT tool to do a deep analysis of Netflix's video flow, we can learn techniques that are widely applicable to troubleshooting and to analyzing other types of audio and video.
Netgear has released a line of high-power Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet 24-port PoE+ Switches with the company’s PoE Power Auto-Balance and Allocation technology.
Dr. Phil Hippensteel explains how the layered model of communications can guide a better understanding of network protocols.