At Oregano Systems, we are proud to be sponsors of the Austrian Special Olympics 2016. When Oregano Systems is looking for ways to give back to the community, we felt that the Special Olympics program is always a great fit for our company. Special Olympics provides athletic opportunities to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, instilling the confidence they need to succeed in life. They provide year-round training and competitions to more than 4.5 million athletes in 170 countries. We wish all athletes a lot of fun, courage, and success.
There are even more news from this year’s NAB show in Las Vegas. IP is approaching the broadcasting industry. Oregano Systems delivers the required timing infrastucture based on the IEEE 1588 standard and the SMPTE standard ST2059. Nikolaus Kerö had been given and interview at the NAB explaining the importance of timing infrastructure for the all-IP studio. Read the full article here.
Oregano Systems gives insights to NTP and PTP for the new SBE Broadcast Engineering Handbook. At the NAB 2016, currently held in Las Vegas, the SBE – the Society of Broadcasting Engineers – held a press conference presenting the new SBE Broadcast Engineering Handbook. This encyclopedic resource offers complete coverage of the latest broadcasting practices and technologies. Written by a team of recognized experts in the field, the book thoroughly explains radio and television transmission systems, DTV transport, information technology systems for broadcast applications, production systems, facility design, broadcast management, and regulatory issues. Oregano Systems is proud to announce that [more…]
Last Sunday both Oregano Systems running teams completed the Vienna City Marathon. Cold and windy conditions dominated this year’s marathon. More than 40000 runners created a very dense and special atmosphere. It was a great experience to be part of such an sport event. Congratulation to all finishers! Oregano Systems running team A – no 758: finish time 3:39:03 Gerhard Cadek (16.3 km) Sebastian Wolf (5.5 km) Sabrina Stummer (9.1 km) Tobias Müller (11.3 km) Oregano Systems running team B – no: 757 finish time 4:09:13 Michael Heer (16.3 km) Alexander Bacsics (5.5 km) Martin Schimandl (9.1 km) Andreas Puhm (11.3 km) Keep on running!
IEEE 802.1AS-2011 defines a PTP profile for using PTP to synchronize time-sensitive applications, such as audio or video, across bridged and virtual bridged local area networks (AVB). It’s part of the Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) efforts of the IEEE 802.1 task group. The profile specifies a subset of PTP features as well as a few new features which shall be used for time synchronization in AVB networks. Additionally, certain performance requirements have to be met to fully support IEEE 802.1AS. Oregano Systems is glad to announce that its syn1588® PTP Stack now supports IEEE 802.1AS for end stations. Full support [more…]
The Oregano Systems design team nominated two relay teams for this year’s Vienna City Marathon. The Vienna City Marathon will start on Sunday April 10th at 09:00. Each relay team is made up of four members. The 42.2 km throughout the city of Vienna are divided in four sections of 16.3/5.5/9.1/11.3 km respectively. A total of 42000 athletes are expected on the starting line. Oregano Systems running team A – no 758: Gerhard Cadek (16.3 km) Sebastian Wolf (5.5 km) Sabrina Stummer (9.1 km) Tobias Müller (11.3 km) Oregano Systems running team B – no: 757 Michael Heer (16.3 km) Alexander Bacsics (5.5 km) Martin Schimandl (9.1 km) Andreas [more…]