With the announcement that Audinate has now delivered their AES67-enabled firmware to their OEM partners in order to offer AES67 compatibility with their Dante-based products, the RAVENNA
community welcomes them to the world of interoperability.
Andreas Hildebrand from ALC NetworX, developers of RAVENNA, states, “This is great news for end users, who can now interconnect audio devices using RAVENNA, Q-Lan, Livewire and finally Dante,
based on the AES67 interoperability standard which we helped create 2 years ago.”
“We always intended that many different protocols should provide AES67 compatibility in order to offer the system designer and/or end-user as wide a choice as possible,” continued Hildebrand.
“Audinate offers their paid-for solution and we offer ours freely, but users may now benefit from using both protocols - and indeed all other AES67-compatible protocols - in the same
AES67 as a standard allows different audio protocols to talk to each other; however, manufacturers who want to enjoy the interoperability of AES67 need to choose a protocol suite that is AES67-compliant to fit into their products.
Having been AES67-compatible from the moment the standard was launched, RAVENNA has the most experience in working with AES67 having implemented it in many complex and demanding broadcast set ups.
Currently the most powerful protocol on the market as it was initially designed to meet the exacting requirements of the broadcast world where it is still the protocol of choice, RAVENNA is also one of the most versatile. What can do more can do less, and RAVENNA is completely scalable from the largest broadcast complex right down to the smallest input connection.
To give users more understanding as to how AES67 fits into the world of networked audio and how RAVENNA relates to it, Click here
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