Biamp Systems describes its Tesira system as ‘the first truly scaleable network using AVB (audio video bridging)’.

Biamp Systems TesiraA networked audio system that support 420x420 channels of digitally matrixed audio with flexible I/O configurations, Tesira is an enterprise-wide solution made up of network modules that share and boost performance. It is equipped with modular scalable inputs and outputs, DSPs and networked end-points, providing system design capabilities for unlimited scenarios, including Centralised, Distributed and Hybrid type applications.

Integrators have the option of customizing Tesira with up to eight DSPs in a single chassis with up to 420 by 420 audio channels over a scalable digital media backbone (AVB).

At the heart of this new design methodology is Audio Video Bridging, which unites A/V and IT technologies by providing the first open, industry-accepted standards (IEEE 802) for transporting audio and video over the network. Using AVB as the primary media transport technology, Tesira is able to synchronise multiple streams of audio and video and eliminate buffering delays while also creating resource reservation. Because AVB standards leverage existing Ethernet technology, Tesira is fully compatible with existing Cobranet systems and other new Ethernet solutions aimed at mass market. This ensures that integrators have a single, dedicated network for all media, including AVB and non-AVB traffic.


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