Frankfurt (March 25, 2010)--Link has executed a licence agreement with Audinate to implement Dante in Link’s DGlink Stage Box system.
“The addition of Dante significantly enhances the audio transport capabilities of our system while making it more flexible,” stated Marco Piromalli, president of Link. “We look forward to debuting a system at InfoComm in Las Vegas this June.”
DGlink is reportedly the first multi-protocol enabled modular digital snake system. The DGlink digital audio distribution system leverages a long lineage of eurocable analog/digital cables, LK connectors, and digital circuitry (all manufactured by Link) which provides a modular, touring grade, digital distribution system that is compatible with the architecture of traditional stage boxes. DGlink is specifically designed for live applications that require the integration and distribution of Analog, AES-EBU, and Ethernet based protocols.
“Partnering with Link offers a Stage Box solution that will take advantage of the many benefits Dante has to offer,” said Lee Ellison, Audinate’s chief executive officer. “Link’s unique hybrid approach, coupled with Dante’s advanced technology, offers the end user a distribution system that will improve audio quality and simplify setup.”