Avnu Alliance, an industry organisation that enables networking, welcomes Adamson Systems Engineering as a new member to its pro AV segment.
The inclusion of Adamson Systems Engineering directly supports the pro AV segment’s Milan initiative, first announced at InfoComm 2018.
Milan is a user-driven network protocol based on audio video bridging (AVB) for professional media, that assures devices will work together with convenience, reliability and functionality. Created and maintained by pro audio market leaders within the Avnu Alliance, Milan is a solution to the delivery of networked media.
At NAMM 2019, Adamson also announces the release of its first AVB product, the CS7p point source enclosure loudspeaker. In celebration of the release of the CS7p, Adamson is holding a press conference at their NAMM booth, booth 17516, on Thursday January 24 at 4pm. Beginning with the CS7p, the new CS-Series family of products feature on-board Class-D amplification, DSP, and Milan-ready AVB network endpoints.
“Adamson is excited to be among the first Avnu members to develop products that are Milan-ready,” said Morten Lave, network architect, Adamson. “We strongly support the mission of the Avnu Alliance and the Milan protocol – the organisation’s commitment to developing solutions that support network interoperability and directly address market-required needs, is in line with the work we are also trying to achieve here at Adamson. We believe that Adamson and Avnu will be successful collaborative partners for our market.”
Gary Stuebing, Avnu Alliance president, remarked: “We’re thrilled to welcome Adamson as a new member of Avnu’s pro AV segment. They are well-known in the industry for developing loudspeakers that deliver the latest technology, and their contributions to the Milan initiative are already having a large impact on the success and future of this new protocol. We welcome their extensive insight and expertise and feel that they will be an excellent addition to our growing roster of leading companies in pro audio.”