SRT Open Source Video Streaming Project Continues Momentum at IBC 2018 with Ateme, Pebble Beach Systems, and Hive Streaming Joining the SRT Alliance

The fastest growing open source video streaming movement continues in its mission to make SRT the de facto standard for low latency video streaming

Montreal, Canada – September 6, 2018 – The SRT Alliance, supporting the SRT Open Source Project, announces that Ateme, Pebble Beach Systems, and Hive Streaming have joined the SRT Alliance to show their support of the cross industry adoption of the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) Open Source protocol and technology, bringing the total number of SRT Alliance members to more than 140 companies.

SRT, developed and pioneered by Haivision, optimizes streaming performance across unpredictable networks with low latency secure streams. SRT, royalty free and available on GitHub, is the fastest growing open source video streaming movement. In addition to its more than 140 alliance members, SRT is also supported by VideoLAN’s VLC, Wireshark, FFmpeg, and the GStreamer open source projects. The SRT Alliance members list can be found at

SRT Ready Solutions at IBC 2018
51 SRT Alliance members are exhibiting at IBC 2018, with the following proudly displaying their SRT-enabled products and solutions:

  • AppearTV (Stand 1.C61):  XC Series Broadcast Platform
  • Arbor Media (Stand 7.B19):  LogDepot AV Encoder
  • Ateme (Stand 1.D71):  CM5000 Encoder, DR5000 Decoder, and Titan family
  • AVIWEST (Stand 2.B31):  Streamhub Live Video Transceiver
  • Collabora (Stand 14.D15):  Open Source 4K@60 with GStreamer & Haivision KB Max 4K encoder
  • Deluxe (Stand 7.C49):  Deluxe Managed Broadcast Delivery Network
  • GatesAir (Stand 8.D60):  Ascent (Intraplex product line)
  • Haivision (SRT Alliance Founder, Stand 14.B10):  Makito X Series of Encoders/Decoders, KB Series of Encoders/Transcoders, Haivision Play, Haivision Media Gateway, Haivision Media Platform
  • HiScale (Stand 2.A24): FLICS Video Transcoding
  • InAria Networks (Stand 5.B48):  InAria!/Speedcast Media Network Cloud Devices
  • Lumens (Stand 11.A02):  A50P PTZ IP Camera
  • Marshall Electronics (Stand 12.D20):  CV620-IPW IP Cameras
  • Matrox (Stand 7.B15): Maevex 6100 Series Encoders & Mura IPX Series Video Wall Cards
  • Ericsson/MediaKind (Stand 1.D61):  MediaKind Content Professor
  • Nanocosmos (Stand 14.B17):  H5Live Player
  • Pebble Beach Systems (Stand 8.B68):  Orca virtualized integrated channel playout
  • Rohde & Schwarz (Stand 7.B21):  RelayCaster
  • Teradek (Stand 12.E65)Cube 755, Slice, T-Rax, Core
  • TV1/Minicaster (Stand 1.A76):  TV1 Ingest Streaming Services
  • Videon (Stand 9.LP9):  Greylock Video Encoder
  • Wowza Media Systems (SRT Alliance Founder, Stand 14.E08):  Wowza Streaming Engine

With the growth of the SRT Open Source Project, the SRT Alliance ecosystem now includes a number of leading companies including 43 video system manufacturers and developers, 31 streaming and software service providers, 16 broadcast service providers, 15 system integrators, eight content delivery networks (CDN), and four online video platforms (OVP).

To learn more about SRT and its latest developments, attend the SRT Panel Discussion at IBC 2018 featuring speakers from Al Jazeera, MediaKind (formerly Ericsson), Haivision, Sky News, and Viacom. To attend this free event, register here.

About the SRT Open Source Project & SRT Alliance
SRT is an open source video transport protocol and technology stack, developed and pioneered by Haivision, that optimizes streaming performance across unpredictable networks with secure streams and easy firewall traversal, bringing the best quality live video over the worst networks. The SRT Open Source Project, supported by the SRT Alliance, is a collaborative community of industry leaders and developers striving to achieve lower latency internet video transport by continuously improving open-source SRT. For more information about the project and how to join the SRT Alliance, visit


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