DiWiSH: Cluster management Digitale Wirtschaft Schleswig-Holstein
The cluster management “Digitale Wirtschaft Schleswig-Holstein” (DiWiSH) is a network for all small-scale and medium-sized enterprises in the sectors IT, media and design in the region between North Sea and Baltic Sea. The organization works closely together with “Wirtschaftsförderung und Technologietransfer Schleswig-Holstein GmbH” (WTSH) since 2006.
RAVENNA – The open standard for real-time media over IP
RAVENNA is an open solution for transmitting audio over IP. Designed to meet the exacting standards of the Broadcast industry, RAVENNA delivers high-quality, multi-channel audio over a standard IT network.
Livewire+ – The world most advanced AoIP Networking
Livewire+ is the pioneering technology invented by the Telos Alliance to convey low-delay, high-reliability audio over switched Ethernet.
EBU – Audio contribution over IP (ACIP)
To deliver high-quality audio feeds over the Internet, broadcasters rely on streaming audio over IP networks. To ensure quality and reliability over IP, broadcasters must consider a number of factors, including: forward error correction, diversity, low latency, error correction, redundancy and robust encoding/decoding. Most commercial buildings now have Ethernet cabling, so it is easier to create IP links. However, it is critical that broadcasters ensure their provider is aware of the quality of service necessary for contribution-quality TV links | more …
2wcom is member of the RDS Forum since 1996:
The RDS Forum is a worldwide association of professional users of RDS technology. The members are representatives of broadcasters, manufacturers of receivers and professional equipment, transmission operators, data service providers, professional associations and regulating authorities.
SADIBA – Southern African Digital Broadcasting Association
SADIBA (the Southern African Digital Broadcasting Association) is a voluntary industry forum dedicated to promoting the co-ordinated market driven introduction of digital broadcasting technologies in the Southern African region.