Cisco IP Fabric for Media
Busting the Buffer Myth for Multicast Media Over IP
Deep buffers on network switches cost money and can add increased latency and reduce performance when used incorrectly. This blog offers the basics of buffering and offers tips to selecting the right buffer for media and broadcast engineers.
Texas A&M University’s ‘12th Man Productions’ Transitions to an IP-based Infrastructure with Cisco IP Fabric …
Texas A&M University Athletics pairs Cisco IP Fabric for Media with existing expertise to create a robust solution for reliability, flexibility, and control. The transition from an SDI technology to IP-based infrastructure provides a scalable and secure fabric that can handle more capacity, better control of network traffic. Cisco’s IP Fabric for Media will provide Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions with a highly reliable and secure network with zero-drop multicast.
Broadcast Engineering Hot Topics: IP, Interoperability and the Value of Integration
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) develops standards, practices and engineering guidelines to advance the introduction of technology innovation in the media and entertainment industry. Cisco actively contributes to the association with IT and IP based workflows expertise.