The announcement was made at Integrated Systems Europe, an AV-oriented conference in Amsterdam, though the Symetrix range of DSP audio control products is also used in media network installations for broadcast, event and other professional applications.
Part of a future Composer software release, Symetrix Dante-enabled DSPs will support AES67 to provide enhanced network audio interoperability, the company said.
�As evidenced here at ISE, integrators� expectations of open standards interoperability are on the rise. Symetrix looks forward to participating in the MNA and helping to advance the work of this most valuable organization,� stated founder and CEO Dane Butcher in the announcement, made with Martin Barbour of the MNA. Barbour said that networked interoperability �outside of single-vendor networked audio solutions� is good for the industry and users.
At the event in Amsterdam, MNA is sponsoring presentations in the Audio Solutions Theatre as well as a two-hour Networking Lab, a live AES67 interoperability demonstration and a panel discussion titled �How AES67 can serve you and your networked system designs.�