WABE Educational Virtual Seminar – March 11/21

WABE is looking forward to inviting you back to our convention platform to take in this educational seminar:

DATE:    Thursday, March 11/21 (12:00pm – 1:30pm Mountain Time)

SUBJECT:  Media Data Centre Basics – Multicast, Clocking and Buffers

SPEAKER:  Chris Lapp, Technical Solutions Architect – Media and Entertainment at Cisco

WHERE: https://wabe.simcita.com

REGISTRATION INFO: Your registration to this seminar is complimentary if you registered for WABE’s 2020 virtual convention.  Please use the same login email address and password that was provided to you for that convention.  If you did not register for the last year’s convention, and would like to attend this seminar, please email Kathy Watson at info@wabe.ca.

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Media Data Center Basics – Multicast, Clocking and Buffers

In this paper, we will talk about the basics of multicast and how it works at Layer 2 and Layer 3 and best practices for architecture. We will also cover clocking in the media datacenter as it relates to ST 2110 and AES67, as well as networking hardware and buffers.

Our Presenter – Chris Lapp from Cisco

Chris Lapp is the Technical Solutions Architect for the Media and Entertainment Vertical in the US. As a Technical Solutions Architect, Chris provides thought leadership to Sales Teams, helping Media customers realize their business outcomes through Cisco Technology. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Cisco from past experience in the broadcast industry with operations, manufacturing, and System integration.

Prior to Cisco, Chris held engineering positions at Diversified, helping customers realize large and small scale deployments of SMPTE ST 2110, and assisting in their SDI to IP transitions. While with Evertz Microsystems, Chris worked as a Systems Engineer delivering large scale projects from start to finish. Chris also worked at Bell Media Toronto, where he helped to deliver the first UHD broadcast in Canada.

Chris is a Certified Broadcast Technologist with the Society of Broadcast Engineers and holds a Diploma from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Broadcast Systems Technology. Chris is also an active member of SMPTE and participates in standards.