Virtualization In Radio
Over the past 10 years, the art of building radio stations has changed dramatically thanks to the wide adoption of AoIP networking. But the change isn’t finished: broadcasters are again looking to the IT industry, and their use of Virtual Machines — envisioning the virtualization of hardware as the next logical step in broadcasting’s infrastructure revolution.
Why are broadcasters interested in virtualizing the devices they use to create radio programming? For the same reasons as IT: lower cost to implement, higher reliability, a scalable architecture, and increased flexibility.
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