Underscoring the strong momentum of Dante AV among OEMs, integrators and end-users in the global AV market, Audinate recently showcased OEM and ODM partnerships with Gefen and Cypress, and new products from Bolin along with the release of Dante Studio software for video.
According to Joshua Rush, Audinate Chief Marketing Officer, Dante AV is gaining strong interest and adoption among OEMs, ODMs and their customers. “By seamlessly integrating and synchronising networked audio and video, Dante AV solves a number of problems for integrators and customers,” Rush said. “It’s for this reason – and Audinate’s proven track record of growing a manufacturer-agnostic, interoperable ecosystem around Dante – that Dante AV is experiencing such positive growth.”
Highlights around Dante AV include:
- 14 OEMs and ODMs have now licensed Dante AV and are actively working on bring products to market.
- Cypress and Audinate have entered an ODM agreement for Dante AV.
- Gefen will introduce Dante AV products at ISE in Barcelona next month.
- Bolin’s new Dante AV SDI encoder/decoder is launching at NAB next week.
- Audinate is adding Dante AV support to Dante Domain Manager.
In addition, Audinate today introduced the Dante Studio software platform for advanced AV production and streamlined workflows. Dante Video RX – the first tool on the platform – enables Windows PCs to receive video simply and seamlessly from any Dante AV-enabled source.
“Dante AV, Dante Studio Software and Dante Video RX are integral elements of Audinate’s comprehensive video strategy,” Rush said today. “Our goal is to provide a complete AV platform spanning audio and video, hardware and software, and control and management for our OEMs and customers alike.”