President of Lab X Technologies and Marketing Workgroup Chairman of AVnu Alliance, Lee Minich, will chair the AES panel discussion on IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards in the Pro AV, consumer and automotive markets on Friday, November 5 at 2:30 PM and will provide expert insight as a panelist during the Live Sound Seminar LS11 on Networked Audio for Live Sound On November 7 at 11:00 AM.
As one of the leading AVB specialists, Lab X Technologies continues to work with Pro AV manufacturers to rapidly bring networked products to market by providing comprehensive solutions and services to the complicated world of networking systems.
â€œThe evolution of digital audio and video networking is upon us. Increasing manufacturersâ€™ understanding and implementation of AVB networking will unify, and more importantly, grow the entire industry,â€? stated Minich. â€œEthernet AVB solutions are the core of Lab Xâ€™s technical expertise, and
Iâ€™m honored to chair this AES session as part of our commitment to the education and growth of end users, manufacturers and the audio community at large.â€?
The AVB Product Design Track will provide an in-depth explanation of AVB and the associated IEEE standards, with discussions on the advantages of an open non-proprietary technology, the manufacturersâ€™ role and the cost-effectiveness of AVB solutions. The AVnu members will educate attendees of the design and implementation of these new standards and will be open to questions from attendees.
The Live Sound Seminar LS11 â€“ Networked Audio for Live Sound, will focus on the advantages and tradeoffs of standardizing networks.
Lab X Technologies provides networking solutions that enable various products to work together as part of integrated systems. Recently, the company announced its expansion into the security and general systems networking markets, to add to its Pro AV experience and simple integration solutions to the sophisticated networking needs of these industries.
The AVnu Alliance focuses on the promotion and integration of IEEE 802.1 AVB standards in the automotive, professional and consumer electronics industries. Collaborating with multiple organizations and leading manufacturers, AVnu is determined to provide a better end-user AV experience.
Lee Minich will be available for briefings throughout AES. Please contact Seth Buchwalter of Definition Branding and Marketing for an appointment.
For more information, please visit Lab X Technologies at http://www.labxtechnologies.com.
About Lab X Technologies
Founded in 1996, Lab X Technologies, LLC is a Rochester, New York-based engineering design firm recognized as a global leader in digital AV media transport and network connectivity, with extensive experience in applying Ethernet AVB (Audio Video Bridging), A-NetÂ®, CobraNet, Danteâ„¢, EtherSoundâ„¢, MADI and other audio networking standards.
Lab X Technologies partners with leading manufacturers to accelerate product development cycles and enable digital network interoperability by augmenting internal design teams, licensing IP platforms, providing pre-engineered connectivity modules, developing innovative product concepts, and producing complete turnkey custom solutions. Please visit http://www.labxtechnologies.com for more information.