AudinateAudinate has released Dante HC, the industry’s highest-capacity networked audio solution for professional A/V systems.

Dante HC expands Audinate’s audio networking portfolio, supporting up to 512 x 512 redundant bi-directional uncompressed audio channels on a single Xilinx FPGA, and is intended to provide a platform on which OEMs can create cost-effective A/V products. The Dante HC reference design is for use with A/V equipment requiring high channel capacity, such as audio matrix routers, large-format consoles, public address and evacuation systems, and large-scale DSPs.

‘Audinate is the only company that offers OEMs simple-to-deploy audio networking solutions to cover their complete product range, beginning from 2 x 2 channel Dante Ultimo chips, through mid-range Dante Brooklyn modules which operate up to 64 x 64 channels, to 128 x 128 channel Dante PCIe Cards’, says Audinate VP of Product Management, Gary Southwell. ‘The launch of Dante HC, which quadruples the maximum channel count for a single device to 512 x 512 channels, enables our OEMs to design a new generation of highly-scalable networked products.’

Dante HC offers a wide selection of interface options including SPI, I2C, RS232 and configurable GPIO. An onboard microprocessor allows local control and management without the need for any additional CPU. Dante HC also promises future support for the AES67 standard.

See also:
Audinate adds AES67 transport to Dante


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