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Thursday, October 20 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Network Design - IP addressing

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Media over IP has been around for almost 20 years now, and during this time a number of habits have settled within the community in setting IP networks, focusing on fast setup and Plug’n’Play instead of taking the opportunity of good network design for better serviceability, stability, and security. This talk goes over the basics of IP and Layer 3 networking such as multicast and then presents the pros and cons of IP addressing techniques such as zeroconf, DHCP, and static addressing. The speaker will share personal experiences of failures that could have been avoided by a careful network design.

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Nicolas Sturmel

Merging Technologies, Senior Technologist and Product Manager
Nicolas is Senior Technologist and Product Manager at Merging Technologies, interested in audio signal processing, music production and interoperability of Media Networks. Nicolas has been involved in many AES67 and SMPTE2110 interoperability events, with a leading role in the most... Read More →


Thursday October 20, 2022 3:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
Media over IP Pavilion Exhibit Floor
  Media over IP
  • about Nicolas is Senior Technologist and Product Manager at Merging Technologies, interested in audio signal processing, music production and interoperability of Media Networks. Nicolas has been involved in many AES67 and SMPTE2110 interoperability events, with a leading role in the most recent onces. Passionate about IT and Audio, he is leading the ANEMAN project at Merging Technologies, proposing a protocol agnostic, open framework for Media Network Configuration, Monitoring and Management. <br><br>Other area of interest include source separation, music production techniques and speech processing.&nbsp;<br><br>He was formerly Head of Research at Digigram where he led two&nbsp;<br>innovative project on ManyCore processing and virtual radios.&nbsp;<br>He got a PhD in Signal Processing in 2011 from University Paris XI - Orsay and a Master Degree from University Paris VI - UPMC and IRCAM in 2006.&nbsp;<br><br>He worked 2 years in a Professional studio as a Recording Assistant. He also was a Postdoctoral fellow at Institut Langevin ESPCI and Gipsa'lab GRENOBLE from 2011 to 2012.
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