MuxLab just started shipping its 1Gbps AV-over-IP PoE Transmitter integrated with Dante conversion (model 500759-TX-Dante), which is specified to deliver HDMI at up to 4K@30Hz (4:4:4) together with Dante audio signals with HDR. It uses JPEG 2000 compression, which is specified to only use up to 5000Mbps.
Installation requires a connection to a 1G Ethernet Switch, and the 4K Transmitter can connect to the Switch using a standard Cat5e/6 cable from up to 330 feet (100 meters) away. Content can be delivered in point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint configurations. Each 4K Transmitter provides a two-channel stereo audio input. HDMI AV and 2CH Dante Audio can be independently distributed to hundreds of AV devices and Dante-supported audio devices respectively. The 4K Transmitter also supports PoE, eliminating power cords throughout the installation.
Users have a few options for configuration and control of the 4K Transmitter and its Dante-compatible equipment. The MuxLab Network Controller (500811and 500812) and MuxControl App for iOS and Android can handle configuration and management of all MuxLab AV-over-IP networks via any smart device. RS-232 and directional IR can also be used for the remote control of end devices. The system is also compatible with third-party control apps, and Dante audio can be managed via Audinate software.
Here is more information on the 1Gbps AV-over-IP PoE Transmitter.
This video from ISE 2020 explains the HDMI over IP System: