This PowerPoint slide shows the EBU Pyramid graphic, based on EBU Tech 3371. It details the Minimum Stack of protocolls needed to achieve plug-and-play interoperability in ST-2110-based LiveIP production infrastructures.
This PowerPoint file shows the EBU Pyramid graphic, based on EBU Tech 3371.
An industry-wide consensus on all layers of interoperability between individual systems in a LiveIP production environment would remove most of the remaining hurdles faced by system architects when moving from the drawing board to the actual implementation of a facility design. This slide explains the minimal set of relevant layers and standards that, once properly orchestrated, would greatly reduce the complexity of building and maintaining facilities based on the 'lingua franca' of many high-performance IP production environments – the non-proprietary SMPTE ST 2110 standard. It proposes protocols required in order to enable missing functionalities such as unit discovery, automatic allocation for multi-cast IP addresses, PTP management, and more.
EBU Tech 3371 and the Pyramid are maintained by the EBU Strategic Programme on Infrastructures and Security.
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The Pyramid v.2 and EBU Tech 3371 add the following user requirements:
- Support for adaptive buffer sizes with manual user override on the SMPTE ST 2110-21 level
- Support for level B instead of level C on the SMPTE ST 2110-30 level
- More detailed PTP performance and monitoring
- Support for IS-07 or other Open Device Control method
- DHCP and DNS support
- IS-09 System Parameters Specification
- Support for AMWA BCP-003-01 and BCP-003-02
Previous version: Pyramid v.1