Audinate announced that its Brooklyn audio networking module now supports up to 64 x 64 discrete digital audio channels, double that of the existing module.
The enhanced Brooklyn module is offered at a price lower than other comparable modules while designed in the same small form factor as the original Brooklyn.
The module gives OEMs the ability to incorporate a Dante digital audio networking solution plus an AVB Layer 2 ready implementation.
Using the Brooklyn module, OEMs can speed up their time to market and deliver a high performance networking solution at the same time. In addition to AVB Layer 2 support, Dante offers a complete networking solution and provides end users a no-hassle, self-configuring digital audio networking experience that uses standard Internet Protocols over 100Mb and/or Gigabit Ethernet.
Patent pending Dante provides a high performance media transport that is tightly synchronized with sub-millisecond latency.
Also, because devices and channels are automatically discovered and easy to program, Audinate’s Dante™ is a true plug-and-play solution.
The new Brooklyn module offers a flexible range of 8 x 8 channels at the low end all the way up to 64x64 channels at the higher end.
“A growing number of OEMs requested that we extend the capability of the existing Brooklyn module that offers 32x32 channels,” said David Myers, COO, Audinate. “Brooklyn can now scale to twice the number of channels at a price point that is most competitive in the industry.”
Many OEMs have already selected the Brooklyn module for their next generation audio networking and are in various stages of designing the solution into their products.