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Biamp Systems Participates in 2015 TSNA Conference
Posted on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Biamp to highlight TesiraFORTÉ and AVB at first-ever conference for Time Sensitive Networks and Applications

BEAVERTON, Oregon — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative networked media systems, today announced its participation in the Time Sensitive Networks and Applications (TSNA) Conference 2015. Held in Santa Clara, California, from April 28-29, Biamp® will showcase the company’s award-winning TesiraFORTÉ server-class device at the first-ever conference dedicated to the development of standards and technologies associated with deterministic networking.

Sponsored by industry leaders — including the AVnu Alliance, Cisco, and Intel — the inaugural TSNA Conference will feature sessions from industry experts in Audio Video Bridging/Time Sensitive Networking (AVB/TSN) and allow participants to explore the future of standard Ethernet within verticals such as professional AV, consumer electronics, industrial applications, and the automotive sector. An open protocol developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), AVB/TSN expands the range, functionality, and applications of standard Ethernet.

“We are incredibly excited to take part in TSNA Conference 2015,” shared Graeme Harrison, executive vice president at Biamp Systems. “As our industry prepares to provide guaranteed time-of-arrival and order-of-arrival operations, AVB/TSN opens possibilities for superior interactions between media systems, more precise programming, and heightened collaboration between the AV and IT industry. Conferences like TSNA and the ongoing standards work guarantee that the capabilities of the standards continue to evolve to meet new applications and needs. Based on the AVB standard, our Tesira family of products is perfectly suited to contribute to the Internet of Things by enabling the deterministic delivery of data packets.”