AJA, Dalet, NTT TechnoCross Corporation, and Ross Video Join the SRT Open Source Project; SRT Alliance Surpasses 450 Members and Announces the Return of SRT Tuesdays
The popular SRT Tuesday Webinar Series and SRT Plugfest return as adoption of open-source SRT continues to grow, driven by interest from industry leaders in broadcast
Montreal, Canada – October 29, 2020 – The SRT Alliance, established by Haivision to support the SRT Open Source project, announces that AJA Video Systems, Dalet, NTT TechnoCross Corporation, and Ross Video have joined the SRT Alliance to show their support and adoption of the SRT open source protocol. Over 50 industry-leading organizations have turned to SRT and joined the SRT Alliance over the last three months, bringing the total number of members to over 450 companies.
SRT Tuesday Webinar Series and SRT Plugfest Returns
The growing popularity of the open-source SRT streaming protocol has also led to the return of the SRT Tuesday webinar series and SRT Plugfest, hosted by Haivison and the SRT Alliance. The SRT Tuesday webinar series explores the latest innovations using the open source SRT protocol. Each webinar features a member of the SRT Alliance, examining how their solutions leverage SRT for streaming low latency, high quality video over unpredictable internet connections. For registrations details, visit SRTAlliance.org.
Upcoming SRT Tuesday webinars and events include:
- Easylive.io on November 3 at 9am ET | 3pm CET
- Primestream on November 24, at 1pm ET | 7pm CET
- Dalet on December 1, at 9am ET | 3pm CET
- SRT Plugfest Kickoff Webinar on December 8, at 9am ET | 3pm CET with the plugfest taking place from December 8 to December 10
- Red5Pro on January 12, at 9am ET | 3pm CET
- AJA Video Systems on January 26, at 9am ET | 3pm CET
- BirdDog on February 9, at 9am ET | 3pm CET
SRT (Secure Reliable Transport), is a low latency video streaming protocol which enables remote and cloud-based high-performance video workflows by overcoming packet loss and adding security with sophisticated encryption techniques. Originally developed and open sourced by Haivision, SRT is now used by broadcasters and streamers to address today’s challenges with real-time newsgathering, remote production, and the broadcaster’s’ at-home workforce.
“We’re thrilled to see how the enthusiasm for the open source SRT technology, and the SRT Alliance, has continued to grow,” said Jesús (Suso) Carrillo, Director of the SRT Alliance for Haivision. “By joining the SRT Alliance, industry leaders like Dalet, Ross, and AJA are showing their commitment to addressing today’s challenges in live and remote production and delivering exceptional solutions for their clients.”
About the SRT Alliance
The SRT Alliance is a collaborative community of industry leaders and developers striving to achieve lower latency internet video transport by continuously improving SRT, an open source video transport protocol and technology stack. Originally developed and pioneered by Haivision, SRT optimizes streaming performance across unpredictable networks with secure streams and easy firewall traversal, bringing the best quality live video over the worst networks. Haivision was awarded an Emmy® for Technology and Engineering from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for developing the SRT protocol. For more information about the project and how to join the SRT Alliance, visit srtalliance.org.