The Serial Digital Interface (SDI) was standardised in 1989 and has become the mainstay of broadcasters’ production centres across the globe. Its broadcast-specific, open interface has facilitated interoperability and deterministic networks and its isolation from IP has given it a robust security regime. In short, it’s delivered – and delivered well. So what are the drivers that are now causing the world’s leading broadcasters to embark on a paradigm-shift to IP technology in their production centres?
At this event, some of the leading players in this initiative will share their thoughts about their journey from SDI to IP. With talks from Bloomberg, Canal+, BBC and dB Broadcast registration is essential for this popular FREE event. To find out more and to register please click here.