Audinate‘s Dante digital networking system has become ubiquitous throughout the pro audio sector, from installed sound to touring sound to recording and post studios, in a surprisingly short amount of time.
Developed in part with backing from the Australian government between 2003 and 2006, when its market deployment began, the Sydney-based company gained significant traction within a few years as the convergence between AV and IT intensified.
Today, the technology has over 160 licensees, putting products ranging from mixing consoles to DSP processors to microphones onto networks that are creating a kind of unified theory of media and communications.
Here are 10 key products that have gotten the Dante touch.
Learn more: A Brief Conversation With Dante