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Clive Wright to explore latest timing technology to meet broadcast network challenges

ITSF presentation will reveal how to achieve precise timestamping to enable flexible and efficient video and audio streaming

As the broadcasting industry continues to migrate to IP, network operators need to find ways to deliver synchronization with sub-microsecond accuracy across their data transport infrastructure. To ensure high quality – and avoid frame drops – networks and paths must be engineered to introduce as little packet delay variation (also known as jitter) as possible. Precise timestamping allows media streams to be processed in the right order to avoid impairments such as lip sync issues and maintain quality of service.

In this ITSF presentation, Clive Wright will explain how the secure synchronisation offers broadcast networks the best route to flexible and efficient video and audio streaming while also building better resilience into broadcast and production timing networks.

Register for the online event beginning November 1.