A new article at Corporate Tech Decisions dot com walks through the Audio Video Bridging universe of standards and now, finally, approved equipment, with a slide show of AVB (Audio/Video Bridging) Compliant equipment. It stumbles on a point (now corrected) that others have stumbled on. OK, maybe not a lot of 'others', but certainly the author of the Corporate Tech article and this humble author as well.
The headline of AVB is that it works to make certain that a mix of audio, video, or audio and video signals, will arrive at a particular place and a particular time via an ethernet network. Which it does – after thousands of hours of committee work and technical plug-fests among large and small company participants – It works and it has IEEE standards and it has an advocacy group called AVnu which just released a new logo.