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Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions Makes the Leap to IP With Imagine Communications, Cisco at Kyle Field

Connecting four venues, the network relies on Imagine’s Selenio network processer, Cisco IP Fabric Collegiate athletics are currently at a standstill, but, when they make their eventual return, Texas A&M University’s 12th Man Productions will be coming back to a centralized control room that is unlike most. With the help of Imagine Communications and Cisco, the SEC school has progressed from SDI production to a more IP-native model. “We’ve always had the existing system as a fallback and as a way to ensure that we have continuity,” says Zack Bacon, chief broadcast engineer, 12th Man Productions. “This project is driven purely by our own curiosity and desire to be better and to be at the forefront. ” The Vision: Texas A&M Searches for a Reliable SolutionAny project or initiative starts with a clear vision of what needs to be done. Bacon and his team had developed a plausible concept but needed to find outside partners willing to do the work.

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