Networking: Why not integrated?

Whitaker, Laura
September 1999
World Broadcast News;Sep99, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p94
Trade Publication
Features Video Area Network, an integrated network designed to improve broadcasting industry system in California. Storage of multiple high-band data types; Isochronous delivery of audio, video, timecode and synchronized data to all network users; Inclusion of a built-in capacity to scale a single infrastructure.


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