Yes, but Dante equipped small interface units are horrendously expensive. When Dante brought out the Ultimo chip, I was hoping that their claim "The Dante Ultimo chip is a highly cost-effective but feature-rich Dante solution for low channel-count applications. It extends Dante networking to endpoint products such as powered speakers, amplifiers, wall plates and break-out boxes." would be true. But even RDL, a company known for well priced products, their 2 channel interface is $450!!!
Looks like the cheapest low channel count Dante interface is an X32R with the Dante card in it.
I'm hoping someone is going to figure out how to make a low cost Ethernet equipped thing, like a Raspberry Pi, or an IoT thing, connect to decent audio I/O, by which I mean balanced, not a headphone output. Or even that Berry will make a Dante version of the ADA8200, or a 8 channel version of the SRC2496 with AES, MADI, and ADAT. I can dream, right?
And 100MB/Sec is fine for a couple Dante channels.