SDVoE Alliance is a nonprofit consortium promoting Software Defined Video over Ethernet, standardizing Ethernet adoption for professional AV environments and creating an ecosystem for software application definition.
The SDVoE Alliance, a nonprofit consortium promoting Ethernet adoption for professional AV signals, is showcasing its interoperability at ISE 2024, highlighting its capabilities over traditional AV-over-IP solutions.
The alliance aims to promote cost savings and flexibility over traditional AV solutions. DVI Gear and Titlis will showcase their interoperable technologies, including AV-over-IP signal distribution and high-fidelity video systems for security operations centers.
The SDVoE Alliance, a nonprofit consortium of technology providers collaborating to standardize the adoption of Ethernet to transport AV signals in professional AV environments, announces a new booth concept, featuring SDVoE Alliance members, to highlight the interoperability of the SDVoE ecosystem.
SDVoE enables unparalleled interoperability by allowing seamless upgrades and expansions without eliminating existing technology. An SDVoE system can be configured and reconfigured entirely via software, specifically SDVoE’s intuitive API, to suit a system owner’s ever-evolving business needs. As a result, the interoperability of SDVoE provides consultants, designers, integrators, and end users with the confidence to know that products will be available when needed. The SDVoE Alliance’s network architectures are based on off-the-shelf Ethernet switches, thus offering substantial cost savings and greater system flexibility and scalability over traditional approaches, such as point-to-point extension and circuit-based AV matrix switching.
“Traditional AV-over-IP solutions do not boast the interoperability required for today’s professional AV applications,” said Stephane Tremblay, president of the SDVoE Alliance. “A few AV-over-IP solutions, particularly the FPGA-powered devices, are touted as adaptable, but they can’t fully solve interoperability. The SDVoE Alliance unites ecosystem partners under a single banner to foster collaboration and empower interoperability for a global customer base. We are excited to collaborate with our members, including DVI Gear and Titlis, to showcase the interoperability and limitless capabilities of SDVoE technology at ISE 2024.”
At ISE 2024, the SDVoE Alliance will unveil a new booth concept to showcase the interoperability of the SDVoE ecosystem through various manufacturer partners. DVI Gear, a Contributing Member, and Beijing Titlis Technology Co., Ltd. (Titlis), an Adopting Member, will participate in showcasing the interoperability of their technologies. DVI Gear, a supplier of digital connectivity solutions for a wide range of professional display applications, will showcase DisplayNet, an AV-over-IP signal distribution leveraging SDVoE technology to switch, extend and distribute uncompressed AV signals in real-time. Titlis, an integrated service provider specializing in scientific research and development, large-scale production, and sales and service for control center and dispatching command signal cooperation systems, will participate with high-fidelity video distribution systems for security operations centers.