The Avnu Alliance is a community creating an interoperable ecosystem servicing the precise timing and low latency requirements of diverse applications using open standards through certification.

TECHNOLOGY

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BOUNDED LATENCY

In AVB/TSN the maximum latency is deterministic and allows low latency applications from live performance A/V to machine control..MORE

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RESERVED BANDWIDTH

Instead of requiring complicated network engineering, devices can automatically reserve the bandwidth needed to deliver low-latency traffic…MORE

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DISTRIBUTED TIMING

All devices in the network have a very precise time reference that can be used to synchronize A/V streams or sensors data acquisition…MORE

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GET INVOLVED

Join Avnu and collaborate with leading technology companies in the ecosystem development…MORE

MARKETS

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AUTOMOTIVE

From advanced Infotainment to Autonomous driving, Avnu is providing the networking services to enable the fully networked vehicle…MORE

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CONSUMER

In the Consumer Electronics segment, AVB/TSN will support time-synchronized, multi-room, multi-channel and multi-manufacturer whole-home audio streaming…MORE

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PRO AV

The Avnu technology enables the construction of affordable, low-latency high performance professional audio/video networks without complex network engineering…MORE

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INDUSTRIAL

Avnu members are collaborating to create Industrial networks with bounded low latency data transfer for control, shared synchronized time, and high bandwidth…MORE

OUR MEMBERS

NEWS

Upcoming Events & Speaking Opportunities

Embedded World Conference, March 14-16, Nuremberg, Germany

Todd Walter, NI & Industrial Segment Chair to present “Theory of Operations for TSN-Based Industrial Systems & Applications” on March 16, 9:30AM

Hannover Messe, April 24-28, Hannover, Germany

InfoComm 2017, June 10-16, 2017, Orlando, Florida

Avnu Alliance presenting 2 hour training on June 15 at 8-10 AM on “AVB/TSN – The Evolution of Ethernet and IP for Audio, Video and beyond”

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