Virtualization and Radio
Still in its infancy, virtualization, or the dematerialization of hardware, appears to be positioned to offer real benefits to broadcasters. Obvious advantages include reduced hardware costs, space savings, improved efficiency, easier updates and scalable architecture. But what about the potential challenges that may arise with the onset of this new technology?

This latest Radio World International eBook examines the different aspects of virtualization in the broadcast realm and addresses such issues as station staff skill-set requirements; virtualization for mission-critical work; managing audio latency; VM server failure risks; licensing costs; ways to ensure adequate redundancy; and more.

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