SRT leverages a combination of broad video ecosystem components and technology advantages to help companies keep their streams secure and easily traverse firewalls.
SRT Alliance members will help develop and adopt the SRT open source video transport protocol for high quality, low latency video over the internet for broadcast and streaming applications.
“We are very excited about the SRT Alliance initiative and having SRT openly available. Our team looks forward to engaging with peers, collaborating on making SRT robust and integrating SRT into our live and event streaming workflow.” – James Broberg, CEO at StreamShark
“We are excited about using SRT to provide more reliable, low-cost contribution streams from our broadcasters to our network entry points.”- Peter Forman, COO at Tulix.
Cires21, Now Part of the SRT Alliance, an Open Source Initiative Dedicated to Overcoming the Challenges of Low Latency Video StreamingSRT Alliance
“SRT is the low-latency glue that bonds the video streaming ecosystem closer together. The rapid adoption of open source SRT by these companies is going to improve the way we all stream, bringing higher quality experiences to our viewers.” – Sylvio Jelovcich, Vice President of Global Alliances at Haivision.
Haivision and Wowza Form SRT Alliance to Support New Open Source Low Latency Video Streaming InitiativeSRT Alliance
“SRT is the first solution that’s offered freely by the leaders in the streaming industry, that has the potential to transform streaming applications for years to come.” – Charlie Good, CTO & Co-Founder at Wowza.
The SRT protocol, which can provide latency at 500ms, is going open source. The SRT Alliance encourages developers to contribute improvements.