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Audinate goes pro

Audinate goes pro

Audinate goes pro

Audinate has announced the release of the Dante Pro S1, a compact and cost-effective system-on-a-chip (SoC) for professional audio and AV equipment manufacturers to integrate Dante network functionality in low channel count devices. The Dante Pro S1 is designed to meet the evolving security requirements for enterprise Internet-of-Things (IoT), Unified Communications (UC) and advanced audio system implementations. The chip solution provides a platform for new features such as media encryption. The Dante Pro S1 offers an alternative to the Ultimo chip for OEMs building low channel count devices. New designs are encouraged to use the Dante Pro S1 as it will provide future features and capabilities that may not be supported by Ultimo-based products.

The Dante Pro S1 is designed for compact and power-efficient audio equipment solutions requiring Dante network interoperability. The chip is a TFBGA100 package (8mm x 8mm) and requires minimal external components to complete system integration. The underlying microcontroller is more power efficient than previous Dante solutions, resulting in low-heat dissipation for space-constrained equipment designs. It comes in multiple package configurations to meet the exacting requirements of OEMs. The configurations are said to support up to 2x2 channels at 96kHz or up to 4x4 channels at 48kHz audio encoding.

An evaluation kit is available for equipment manufacturers to prototype system designs using the Dante Pro S1. The kit is based on the Dante Pro S1 reference design and includes XLR connectors for analogue I/O and swappable network interface modules for a range of PHY and switch ICs.

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