ISE 2018: Audinate to showcase Dante Domain Manger

The company’s new network management solution brings enterprise-grade system administration to the AV world and makes audio networking more secure, scalable and manageable.
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Audinate will showcase its Dante Domain Manger platform on booth 6-H160 at the annual ISE Show in Amsterdam next week.

Dante Domain Manager is the company’s new network management solution that brings enterprise-grade system administration to the AV world and makes audio networking more secure, scalable and manageable.

The technology provides AV and IT professionals with the ability to define specific AV device groupings by room, building and site, through the creation of independent Dante Domains. Each domain has multiple access levels to improve network security, and enables scalability by allowing audio routing across multiple IP subnets.

Dante Domain Manager is available in three editions. The Silver edition is listed at $995 USD and is designed for installations that primarily require user management, such as smaller houses of worship or schools, with a maximum of two domains and 10 audio devices.

The Gold edition is listed at $3,995 USD and includes integration with Active Directory and is suited for mid-sized business environments, supporting up to 10 domains and 50 devices.

The Platinum edition is listed at $9,995 USD and covers management needs of large-scale installations and expands support up to 50 domains and up to 250 devices. This edition includes SNMP alerting and a fully redundant “high availability” option for mission-critical systems.

“Networked audio systems are commonly being delivered over standard IT data networks. Dante Domain Manager provides AV and IT professionals with a scalable and secure network solution that can build upon existing and new installations of Dante-enabled products,” said Lee Ellison, CEO at Audinate. “Dante Domain Manager puts more control in the hands of the system integrator, delivering enterprise-level network management and security.”

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