The Avnu Alliance used Amsterdam’s ISE Show to announce new members and showcase Milan-ready products since launching the platform at InfoComm 2018.

Avnu Alliance MilanMilan is a standards-based, user-driven deterministic network protocol for professional media that assures devices will work together at conveniently, reliably and functionally. Milan ‘is the first tangible solution for promising deterministic, reliable, and future-proof delivery of networked media’, and combines the technical benefits of the AVB standard with professional A/V market-defined device requirements at both the network and the application layer for media streams, formats, clocking and redundancy.

Milan is a user-driven protocol built on top of IEEE Audio Video Bridging (AVB) open standards with added specification requirements for professional media to ensure that all Milan devices will work together on a professional A/V network. Milan is the Pro AV market-defined protocol and toolkit that provides manufacturers a specific set of rules and directives for products to be built with requirements for the network layer and the application layer including media streams, formats, clocking and redundancy, and thus once tested and certified, form a fully interoperable ecosystem for deterministic networking in the professional A/V market.

‘Members of Milan have been diligently working behind the scenes for the past six months,’ says Avnu Alliance Pro AV workgroup chair, Tim Boot, of Meyer Sound. ‘We now have the full suite of Milan specification documents available, representing almost two years of work from technical workgroup members and dedicated manufacturers who are providing the tools and resources for the correct implementation of this protocol.

‘With the new members that have joined us in 2018 and now, the Milan initiative has proliferated the professional audio market. With more members, more expertise and more market leaders contributing to the effort, we’re gearing up to create a new streamlined testing and certification program that will enable companies to move to a solution that guarantees interoperability on a technically superior, future-proof network.’

Avnu has named new promoter members to Milan’s development – loudspeaker manufacturer Adamson Systems Engineering; ICEpower, a Danish innovation-based sound house specialising in audio power conversion solutions; and UK-based Sienda Multimedia, a developer and designer of hardware products for pro audio, live sound and broadcast markets, and a range of other networked media products.

See also:
Audinate Dante AV

More: www.avnu.org/milan

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