Find out how Dante Domain Manager delivers reliability, security, scalability and interoperability to broadcast audio over IP.
With network-wide user authentication, device organization, support for higher latency long-distance connections, subnet traversal and compatibility with SMPTE 2110/AES67, Dante Domain Manager ensures the highest reliability with the greatest variety of products.
AoIP that covers your entire network: Dante Domain Manager enables seamless routing of Dante AoIP across subnets using cost-effective COTS switches, reaching every corner of your studio environment.
Fully integrate your studio's network audio: with support for SMPTE ST 2110 and AES67 devices alongside Dante audio, Dante Domain Manager keeps your audio network reliable and easy to configure while embracing the latest broadcast standards for maximum interoperability.
Connect distant facilities: with support for high deterministic latency and source synchronous clocking via GPS, audio can be shared between studios that are across town or even across the country.
Simplify large installations: Dante Domain Manager streamlines workflows by showing each operator just what they need to see, whether it's comms, announcers or the main event.
Give your most trusted staff the authority they need: deploy AoIP without the risk of unwanted changes with network-wide user authentication and permissions. Give show producers access to your AoIP network without jeopardizing critical setups in other areas for high reliability and lower chances of failure.
Keep on top of changes: Dante Domain Manager provides a full suite of alerts and audits, letting you see any changes to routing or devices instantly. Track failures and workflows for increased reliability across your AoIP network.
Dante Domain Manager at a Glance
Dante Domain Manager is a complete network management solution for Dante AoIP that brings interoperability with SMPTE ST 2110 and AES67 devices.
With network-wide user authentication, intuitive device organization, support for high latency long-distance connections, subnet traversal and control over PTP clocking, Dante Domain Manager ensures the highest reliability with the greatest variety of devices. Learn more.
WHITE PAPER: The Relationship Between Dante, AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110: An introduction to
the SMPTE ST 2110 Implementation on Dante
At Audinate, we felt the release of ST 2110 interoperability was a good time to share our vision for how Dante and open standards work together. This white paper also offers clarity on some myths and misconceptions we hear in the market today, especially around PTPv1 and PTPv2.
On January 14, 2020, Audinate and Solid State Logic will be presenting a webinar that will further examine the topics discussed in this white paper entitled, "AoIP for Broadcast: Understanding the Role of Dante, AES67 and SMPTE 2110."
CASE STUDY: 12th Man Productions Provides Access to All Texas A&M Fans Thanks to Dante
and Dante Domain Manager
Texas A&M Athletics' award-winning 12th Man Productions handles the television production needs for Aggies sports – including content for 12thMan.com, TV shows, videoboard presentations and ESPN’s SEC Network productions.
With the Kyle Field renovation, the team began moving toward an IP infrastructure for their audio network.
WEBINAR: AoIP for Broadcast: Understanding the Role of Dante, AES-67 and SMPTE-2110
After years of development in SMPTE 2110 (ST 2110), Broadcasters have begun moving designs from SDI to an IP infrastructure for some production systems. In support of that effort, Audinate publicly released all elements of Dante’s ST 2110 implementation in September 2019.
In this webinar, experts with Audinate and Solid State Logic will share perspective on how Dante helps provide a more powerful, stable environment for the broadcast world.
This webinar is a companion to the recently published white paper entitled "The Relationship Between Dante, AES67 and SMPTE 2110."
The Broadcast Bridge Essential Guide: Audio Over IP Primer for Broadcast
The good news is that audio in the IP domain has been available for nearly twenty years and vendors have solved many of the challenges that are now presenting themselves to broadcasters. Seamless integration and interoperability are a given, and plug-and-play is a reality.
Vendors providing audio over IP solutions have been consistently making IP work for many years and integration is second nature to them. In this Essential Guide, we will investigate the lessons we can learn from audio over IP.
Dante Domain Manager Application Diagrams
We've created a series of system diagrams showing some of the most common scenarios of AV applications, including how you might create a more secure and more manageable system using Dante Domain Manager and its IT-style tools.