MAYAH adds to Audio-over-IP seminar schedule

GERMANY: MAYAH Communications has issued an updated timetable for its Audio-over-IP seminar & workshop, to be held on November 15th and 16th. As reported on PSN-e back in July, these events will be held at the company_s headquarters near Munich Airport.
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GERMANY: MAYAH Communications has issued an updated timetable for its Audio-over-IP seminar & workshop, to be held on November 15th and 16th. As reported on PSN-e back in July, these events will be held at the company_s headquarters near Munich Airport.

The updated schedule includes coverage of topics such as smooth change-over from ISDN to IP, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for high-quality media links, and requirements for reliable real-time streaming over IP. Issues relating to professional audio transmission over wireless networks such as UMTS and WLAN will also be addressed.

MAYAH adds that representatives of Fraunhofer IIS will be on hand to provide participants with the latest information on audio format development.

To obtain more information or to register for one of the seminars, email seminar@mayah.com or call MAYAH on +49 (0)811 55170.

Web » www.mayah.com

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