SMPTE-NY June 2018 Meeting
• Standards update for Media over IP
• IP Audio and Intercom: Connecting, Converting and Switching for Production
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
5:30 PM Refreshments and Social Hour
6:15 PM Program start
33 Thomas Street
New York, NY, 10017
Subway: 1 or 2 train via Chambers St. or Franklin St. stations
Guests and Non Members Welcome! Refreshments will be served!
Mike Strein, ABC
Wes Simpson, telecompro.tv
Wes Simpson, telecompro.tv
Rafael Fonseca, Artel Video Systems
The June 2018 SMPTE meeting will be a two part meeting focusing on the continuing, evolving journey into Media over IP
Part 1: Standards update for Media over IP
Speaker – Wes Simpson
Standards bodies, including SMPTE, AES and IETF are continuing to develop new standards for IP-based media production. This talk provides an overview of the newly-released standards and how they work together to allow production workflows to be completely IP-based from source to destination. This update will also describe a number of standards that are still in the works, along with related publications that are being created by groups like the VSF and AMWA for supporting and streamlining IP video and audio workflows.
Part 2: IP Audio and Intercom: Connecting, Converting and Switching for Production
Speaker: Rafael Fonseca
IP technology brings a wealth of benefits to live audio production, including increased flexibility, wide-area connectivity, and lower total cost. However, a number of competing formats (some of which are proprietary) have gained acceptance in market and are not directly interoperable. This talk begins with a brief overview of some of the technologies used in IP audio and intercom, and covers the key similarities and differences between today’s popular formats. Audio networking issues will then be discussed, including overall synchronization using PTP, converting between formats, and the crucial role played by managed, PTP-aware switches in delivering high-quality audio signals.
Bio for Wes Simpson
Wes Simpson has over 35 years of experience in the design, development, and marketing of products for telecommunications and video networking. Before founding Telecom Product Consulting in 2000, Wes worked for VBrick Systems, and ADC Telecommunications, where he worked on the DV6000, a leading fiber-optic video transport system.
Wes was a founding member of the Video Services Forum, and currently teaches SMPTE’s “Essentials of IP Media Transport for Broadcasters” and “Understanding SMPTE ST 2110: Standards for Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks” virtual courses. Wes also serves on the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal’s Board of Editors and the NATAS Technical Emmy Committee. He is a frequent speaker, course leader and analyst for the video technology marketplace, and author of two books from Focal Press: “Video over IP” and “IPTV and Internet Video.” Wes is the Secretary/Treasurer of SMPTE’s Connecticut Subsection, and an active participant in SMPTE’s NY Section management team.
Bio for Rafael Fonseca
Rafael Fonseca leads Product Management for Artel Video Systems. Previously, he was VP of Product Management, Marketing and Sales Engineering and member of the founding team at Cedar Point Communications, acquired by GENBAND specializing in technology, telecommunications and multimedia solutions.
Early in his career, Rafael worked at Bell Laboratories on research and development in the areas of networking synchronization, adaptive echo cancellation, and equalization for data communication and optical networking systems. He has a Masters in Engineering from Cornell University and a BSEE from the University of Puerto Rico.
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