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Kramer Electronics Chooses Audinate’s Dante
PORTLAND, ORE.— Israel-based Kramer Electronics has become the 150th Dante manufacturer to license Audinate’s networking solution.
Kramer Electronics is recognized for developing audio, video and computer signal processing solutions and distributing them worldwide with accompanying service and support.
Dante is the media networking technology developed by Audinate, and has grown its OEMs by 50 percent in the past nine months. Dante offers virtually perfect synchronization, ultra-low deterministic latency, and plug and play configuration management. Dante is a complete, commercially supported solution and is used for live performance events, commercial installation, broadcast, recording and production and communications systems.
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