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Building Large SMPTE ST 2110 Systems Using JT-NM TR-1001-1

Thursday, 10 January 2019

1:00 PM EST / 10:00 AM PST / 18:00 UTC/GMT

With the publication of several of documents in SMPTE’s suite of ST 2110 standards, it is more important than ever that you understand how IP can be implemented in your professional media creation facility.

The SMPTE ST 2110 standards suite is designed to provide a great deal of flexibility in system implementations and focuses mainly on the definitions of media stream contents. Likewise, the AMWA IS-04 and IS-05 specifications are highly flexible APIs that allow a variety of media types and infrastructures. SMPTE ST 2059, based on IEEE 1588, describes how to synchronize video equipment over an IP network is also very flexible.

Please join John Mailhot and Brad Gilmer for this informative webcast and discover how to build large SMPTE ST 2110 Systems Using JT-NM TR 1-1001-1.

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Guest Speakers

John Mailhot

John Mailhot has been working in the field of digital High-Definition Television systems since its North American inception in 1990, first as part of the AT&T-Zenith Team, then as technical lead for the Grand Alliance encoder, and later as engineering manager and general manager of Lucent Digital Video, Aastra Digital Video, Harris Broadcast, and now Imagine Communications. Today John is CTO of Networking and Infrastructure at Imagine Communications. He has two degrees from MIT.

Brad Gilmer

Brad Gilmer is President of Gilmer & Associates, Inc, he is a founding member of the Joint Task Force on Networked Media, Executive Director of the Video Services Forum (VSF), and Executive Director of the Advanced Media Workflow Association. Brad is also the Executive Director of the IP Showcase events held at NAB and IBC.

Brad is a SMPTE Fellow and the first recipient of the SMPTE Workflow Systems Medal.

Brad was previously employed at Turner Broadcasting System in Atlanta where he and his staff were responsible for Engineering and Operations for the Entertainment Division Worldwide.

He is an author and editor, contributing two times to the NAB Engineering Handbook, and serving as Editor-in-Chief of the File Engineering Handbook. He has written many articles on computers and networking for industry publications.