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  • April 20, 2015

AES Melbourne Hosts Aidan Williams at 20 April Meeting

Digital Audio Networking with Dante, presented by Aidan Williams, founder and Chief Technology Officer of Audinate.

Dante has become the most ubiquitous system for the interconnection of uncompressed multi-channel low-latency digital audio over a standard Ethernet network in professional environments.

Aidan will cover basic networking concepts, provide an introduction to Dante, and give attendees the opportunity for hands on experience with some Dante equipment.

Monday 20th April 2015 at 7:30pm
The SAE Institute – Lecture Theatre
235 Normanby Road
South Melbourne

Visitors and guests welcome.

Directions:  Entry to SAE is via the Students’ Entry, off the carpark. Please report to the Supervisor’s Desk at this entry, and you will be directed to the Lecture Theatre (upstairs at the back of the building).

About Aidan Williams:
Aidan Williams serves as the Chief Technology Officer at Audinate Pty Ltd, a venture backed technology company based in Sydney, Australia.  Audinate develops and supports Dante media networking and provides a complete portfolio of hardware & software products and services to the professional AV industry.

He participates in several standards bodies and industry alliances, including the AVnu Alliance and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).  In the IETF he has authored several IETF documents specifying the interaction between the IETF Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) and the synchronisation services used by AVB and AES67.

Before embarking on the R&D phase of his career, Aidan built extensive skills in computer networking and security, operating systems, and software development through several years of hands-on experience managing large networks, critical computer systems, and network security for a large university campus.  He holds a BSc in Computer Science, and a B.Eng (Hons I) in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia.

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