Argentine audio company Solidyne is to incorporate Audinate’s Dante digital media technology into its new 2600 line of digital consoles.

Caiming to be the world’s oldest manufacturer of broadcasting consoles and the first company to create a PC based digital audio system for radio station automation, Solidyne will introduce a line of fully modular 2600 consoles in 2011 – a range of low cost analogue audio consoles. By adding new modules, these can be converted into a full digital AoIP (Audio over IP) consoles that are able to interconnect with other equipment using a standard Ethernet network.

‘By leveraging digital Audio over IP (AoIP) the new line of consoles will be able to connect with other audio products using standard Ethernet,’ says Solidyne CEO, Oscar Bonella . ‘This will give radio stations the unprecedented flexibility and full digital audio quality they have been asking for at competitive prices.’ Bonella also remarks, ‘The core of the AoIP 2600 routing will be Audinate’s Dante technology, which Solidyne engineers unanimously selected for this project.’

‘South America is emerging as one of the fastest growing A/V market sectors,’ John McMahon, Audinates’s VP of Sales and Support says. ‘We are very excited to have Solidyne become part of the Audinate family of OEM partners. Their expertise in radio and broadcast opens up new opportunities for Dante in South America and the rest of the world.’

In 1995 Solidyne introduced Audicom 5, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) software application for radio station automation. The comapny was awarded the First National Prize for Technological Innovation in Argentina for this invention. Today this technology is used in radio stations in more than 120 countries. Audicom 8 is still the only AI software in the market.

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