The organization, which certifies Audio Video Bridging (AVB) products for integration and interoperability, will host 10 exhibiting companies in a dedicated product and technology learning space, the AVnu Alliance Pavilion (C11350).
The Alliance is currently comprised of 70 companies, all committed to bringing AVB solutions to the integration market.
“The Alliance chose to do more than simply connect products together and check that they can connect and stream. Instead, we developed a robust set of hundreds of conformance tests that ensure devices implement AVB standards consistently—which is the only way to ensure interoperability,” says AVnu Alliance President, Rick Kreifeldt.
Meyer Sound and Avid will team up with AVB products to show the user experience in a live sound environment.
The Alliance will also host education sessions in the pavilion as well as an in-booth networking cocktail party at the pavilion on Wednesday, June 18th from 4:00 to 5:00 PM. The education sessions provide recertification units (RU credits) toward a Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) certification.