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Barix Presents Audio over IP Workshops
Zurich, Switzerland - Mar 30, 2009 - Barix has scheduled a series of hands-on workshops to immediate follow the upcoming NAB, Infocomm and IBC conventions. The workshops will educate attendees on the topic of Audio over IP, Barix products, applications, and an overview of the Barix Control Language used for custom Barix applications.
Barix held two workshops alongside Infocomm Asia and the Digital Signage Expo conventions in Hong Kong and Las Vegas, and included hands-on demonstrations of how the products are used in real-world applications. The next three workshops will be held on the following dates with locations to be announced:
The NAB and IBC demonstrations will mainly emphasize broadcast and pro audio applications for the Instreamer encoding, Exstreamer decoding and Annuncicom intercom product lines, with limited discussion of how the Barionet control and automation products can be applied to these applications. The Infocomm workshop with be more general, focusing on the use of all Barix IP audio and control products in pro audio, security, education, worship and other markets.
All workshops will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the listed dates. Locations will be close to either the airports or convention centers in each city. Seats are limited. E-mail email@example.com to reserve your spot or request additional information.
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