Dante IP Core Now Available From Audinate.
Audinate , developer of the Dante media networking technology, has announced the availability of Dante IP Core , a soft IP solution for audio manufacturers.
It allows OEMs working with FPGA-based designs to add Dante audio connectivity to AV products, using a single FPGA to implement product applications and Dante audio networking.
Dante IP Core runs alongside OEM product applications such as ASRC, audio encryption, and signal processing on a range of Xilinx FPGAs, providing channel counts up to 512x512 with ultra-low latency and sub-microsecond synchronization.
"Dante IP Core reduces the marginal costs of incorporating Dante in FPGA-based products, offering OEMs greater flexibility in aligning product families," the company says.
Dante IP Core runs on the widely used Xilinx family of FPGAs and provides all the interfaces required to be a fully functional Dante endpoint, including SiLabs clock synthesis, serial and parallel audio, DDR2 and SRAM, and a variety of standard control interfaces including UART, SPI and I2C.
"Dante IP Core gives savvy manufacturers something they've been requesting for a long time.," says Chris Ware, Audinate's SVP/Engineering. "By integrating Dante IP into FPGA based product designs, they can save costs, reduce board space, and more easily manage thermal constraints while adding features their customers demand."
Audinate is now a member of the Xilinx Alliance Program, a global community of qualified vendors that offers IP cores, tools and support for system designers who are developing innovative products using Xilinx FPGAs.
Dante IP Core is available for the Xilinx Spartan 6 family of FPGAs. Support for the Artix 7 FPGA is expected Q1 2018.
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|Date:||Dec 17, 2017|
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