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Audinate joins Open Control Architecture Alliance

The company behind the digital media networking solution Dante, Audinate, has been named as the newest member of the Open Control Architecture Alliance (OCA Alliance).

Audinate, the inventors of the patented digital media networking solution Dante, has joined the OCA Alliance as an Associate Member.

The OCA Alliance goal is to create an open public control standard for professional media network systems and to ensure the standardisation of the Open Control Architecture (OCA) for a wide interoperability of professional audio equipment.

“We have been following the developments of the OCA alliance since its inception and feel that being an Associate member is for us a good opportunity to be involved in this important alliance”, said David Myers, Audinate’s COO. “We are pleased that this initiative to have a common control architecture for AV manufacturers has gained so much momentum. “

The OCA Alliance, which was formed to complete the technical definition of OCA and then transfer its development to an accredited public standards organisation, comprises professional audio companies who work in different product markets and represent a cross section of vertical market positions and application use-cases.

Founding OCA Alliance members Bosch Communications Systems, Salzbrenner Stagetec Mediagroup, TC Group and Yamaha Commercial Audio are Audinate partners and have incorporated Dante as their digital media networking solution.

“The OCA Alliance is very happy to welcome Audinate as an Associate Member. As a provider of an innovative and widely adopted media networking architecture, Audinate’s participation in The Alliance will be of great benefit for the standard and its adoptees alike”, commented Bill Scott, OCA Alliance Chairman. “Audinate has been very supportive of OCA, and we are happy to have taken this support to the next level by adding Audinate as a member.”