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AIMS aiming for higher IPMX support at ISE 2023

Through a planned series of AV-over-IP interoperability demonstrations at IHSE 2023, the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) will be highlighting why the global Pro AV market is increasingly adopting Internet Protocol Media Experience (IPMX), a set of open standards-based protocols designed to ensure interoperability for AV-over-IP systems.

At booth 5J550, AIMS members and IPMX collaborators will conduct live demonstrations based on IPMX-based hardware and software, with highlights including High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) running on IPMX, IPMX bridging to HDBaseT, and the capabilities and benefits of AMWA NMOS IS-04 and IS-05.

IPMX implements a standards-based approach based on SMPTE ST 2110, with features and capabilities that target the specific needs of the Pro AV industry. In addition to simplifying the implementation of SMPTE ST 2110 and ensuring interoperability for AV-over-IP systems, IPMX incorporates core features tailored to Pro AV installations. 

These features include fully interoperable and compliant HDCP, and highly scalable discovery and registration Application Programme Interfaces (APIs), with the subframe latency and quality that the Pro AV industry demands.

Samuel Recine, Chair, Pro AV Working Group at AIMS, said, “2022 was a pivotal year for IPMX, thanks in large part to demos at InfoComm and other events that affirmed IPMX as the solution for overcoming the interoperability challenges in Pro AV environments.

“As a result, we have begun to see market adoption of IPMX, which we expect to dramatically increase in 2023, with it serving as the foundation for bigger rollouts and high-profile projects. It all starts at ISE, where we will be kicking off the new year with our latest demos that highlight IPMX’s interoperability and high level of industry support.”

ISE 2023 is taking place in Barcelona, Spain, from January 31 to February 3.

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