AIMS Opens Call For Papers For IP Oktoberfest 2021

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) has opened its call for papers for IP Oktoberfest 2021, a live, interactive virtual event for broadcast and Pro AV professionals to be held Sept. 28-30. Now in its second year, the event will highlight the industry’s progress toward an all-IP ecosystem supporting today’s real-world media productions. Proposed […]

Tektronix Assists With AIMS Alliance, EBU, IRT

Tektronix Inc., a provider of video test, monitoring and diagnostic solutions recently participated with the AIMS Alliance in the Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) to help guide prospective purchasers of IP-based equipment with greater insight into how industry equipment aligns to SMPTE standards. Testing of vendor-supplied equipment was administered by the EBU and IRT. […]


AIMS Members To Back SMPTE ST 2110 With Intros


AIMS Announces Four New Members


AIMS Membership Tops 50


From The IBC Exhibit Floor: AIMS

AIMS | Stand 8.D10 | Website: The largest and most comprehensive showing of IP interoperability in the broadcast industry will take place at IBC 2016 in the IP Interoperability Zone presented by Alliance of IP Media Solutions (AIMS) and the IABM, Hall 8.D10. The showing follows a number of interoperability events that have taken […]


Bridge Technologies To Support AIMS, ASPEN


Avid, Dejero, TVUNetworks Join AIMS


Competing Visions Of IP To Unfold At NAB

When it comes to video, no fewer than four different options for IP transport (plus a variety of protocols and standards) will be proffered as alternatives to SDI baseband transport at the NAB Show in Las Vegas next month. From them, a few major themes are likely to emerge. For more information about IP newsgathering solutions at the NAB Show, click here.  For a resources guide to the companies mentioned in this story, click here. Read all the 2016 NAB Hot Topics stories here.


AIMS Adds Three Members


IP Alliance AIMS Appoints Board


Different Visions Emerge For IP-Based TV

One camp known as ASPEN (Adaptive Sample Picture Encapsulation) is led by Evertz and has the support of more than 30 vendors, OEMs and end users. A second, AIMS (the Alliance for IP Media Solutions), also has serious industry backing. While both have set out in their own direction, each acknowledges that it is the achievement of a performance threshold in the IT world that makes it possible to jettison traditional SDI designs and workflows and transition to IP. The groundwork for ASPEN was laid while Evertz prepared an IP networking strategy for ESPN‘s Digital Center 2, above. (ESPN photo)


Arista, Cisco, EVS, Telos Alliance Join AIMS


New Group Takes Aim At IP ‘Splinter-Operability’