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Built on existing networking protocols and standards, Audinate's Dante technology is a plug-and-play networking system that delivers ultra-low latency, tightly synchronized media, while simplifying installation and configuration of digital media networks. More than 3.5 million Dante channels were shipped last year.
Dante is a self-configuring network that uses standard Internet protocols over both 100Mb/s and Gigabit Ethernet. Set-up is easy, with devices that automatically discover one another and one-click signal routing with user-editable names. Dante has now been adopted by more than 100 OEMs, with more than 175 Dante products to choose from and more being launched all the time.
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