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Ravenna became the world’s first fully AES67-compliant AoIP technology. Since then, all existing AoIP solutions, including Livewire, Q-LAN, Dante and WheatNet, have adopted AES67 as an operational mode or profile, allowing over 2000 products to interoperate.
AES67 also forms the basis for the suite of SMPTE ST 2110 standards for transporting professional media over managed IP networks. ST 2110-30 describes the transport of linear PCM audio and builds directly on AES67. For ST2110-31 (transporting AES3 audio), SMPTE adopted the existing Ravenna AM821 definition, making Ravenna the most suitable technology for building AES67-enabled products and systems and implementing SMPTE ST 2110 into devices.
AES67 has seen two revisions, the latest in 2018. The AES67 Task Group continues maintaining AES67 and is looking forward to publishing the third revision of AES67 towards the end of 2023. The Ravenna team participates in the workgroups of various standardization organizations, assuring adopters that Ravenna remains aligned with current and emerging standards requirements.
This year at IBC, the Ravenna team will be Stand 8.F57, where they’ll demonstrate AES67 interoperability and showcase several new AES67- and ST 2110-enabled products from various Ravenna partners.