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Symetrix announces SymNet Edge

Symetrix updates its scalable, open architecture audio management platform with SymNet Edge at Prolight + Sound 2012.

Symetrix announces SymNet Edge, a significant update to its long line of DSP solutions. Symetrix designed Edge to meet the I/O capacity requirements of the bulk of commercial sound installations. Edge features four configurable I/O card slots, up to 16 channels total of local I/O plus 128 (64×64) channels of Dante network audio. Flexible I/O and plug and play networking enable multiple Edge units to scale to project demands. An internal gigabit switch provides the bandwidth allowing Dante-delivered low latency networked audio. Multiple units may be connected without additional third-party network switches, or, with additional hardware configured for redundant operation with seamless failover. SymNet Composer software manages all aspects of Edge hardware including audio, control and security with a CAD-style drag and drop interface. End user control options for Edge include Symetrix’ ARC wall panels, ARC-WEB browser based remote, SymVue custom standalone user control application, logic I/O, and third party controllers, such as Crestron and AMX. Dane Butcher, president of Symetrix commented: “In creating SymNet Edge, we doubled the processing power of its predecessor while continuing Symetrix’ commitment to studio-grade fidelity. Combined with Dante, the world’s best next-generation of networked audio protocol, this product is uniquely flexible, powerful and reliable at a price point that is fiercely competitive.”