SRT Alliance Announces SRT Open Source Technical Panel, Interoperability Showcase, and 70 Member Companies Exhibiting at IBC2019

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Haivision and Microsoft Host SRT Sunday Featuring Panel Discussions and SRT Open Source Showcase

What’s amazing about SRT is that it’s pure open source, totally free, with rapid widespread adoption.

The SRT Alliance, supporting the SRT Open Source Project, announces a record number of exhibits and activities at IBC2019, including more than 70 SRT Alliance members exhibiting, three panel sessions, and an SRT interoperability showcase.

SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) is an open source protocol, originally developed by Haivision, which allows broadcasters and streamers to deliver high-quality, low latency streams across the public internet. SRT has clearly become the de facto low latency video streaming standard in the broadcast and streaming industries.

“What’s amazing about SRT is that it’s pure open source, totally free, with rapid widespread adoption,” said Sylvio Jelovcich, Vice President Alliances at Haivision. “SRT is extensively used for video, audio and data streams, for live connections and file transfer, within all sorts of software, hardware, and cloud solutions. Beyond SRT Alliance members, SRT is being leveraged by many individuals and organizations in a whole host of innovative ways - more than we’re even aware of. Simply put, SRT is everywhere.”

SRT Alliance founder Haivision encourages and fosters the adoption of SRT with a team of dedicated developers and system engineers. Haivision freely engages the community on Github and a dedicated Slack channel that is open to all SRT Alliance members. Full and extensive technical documentation on SRT and details on how to implement this new defacto standard is available at haivision.com.

SRT Open Source at IBC2019
Hosted by SRT Alliance Members Microsoft and Haivision
Sunday, September 15 | Room G104

SRT Open Source Showcase | 10:30 – 17:00
Join SRT Alliance members Hiscale, Anevia, Red Bee, Cinegy, Epic Labs / LightFlow and Make.TV as they demonstrate innovative SRT deployments and interoperability.

SRT Open Source Technical Panel | 11:00
Join video streaming experts as they discuss the latest technical developments of the SRT low latency, open source protocol.
Featuring: Ring Digital, Haivision, Bridge Technologies AS, Globo, and Red Bee Media.
Registration: https://www.haivision.com/srt-open-source-panel/

At the IBC2019 conference in Amsterdam, the following SRT Alliance members and supporters of the SRT Open Source Project will be exhibiting:

  • Adtec Digital: Hall 1 — 1.D01
  • Agora.io: Hall 14 — 14.H06
  • AirenSoft: Hall 3 — 3.A50
  • Amagi Media Labs Pvt. Ltd: Hall 2 — 2.B19
  • ANEVIA: Hall 5 — 5.B66
  • Appear TV: Hall 1 — 1.C61
  • ATEME: Hall 1 — 1.D71
  • Avid: Hall 7 — 7.B55
  • AVIWEST: Hall 2 — 2.B31
  • BirdDog: Hall 6 — 6.C11
  • Bitmovin: Hall 14 — 14.E12
  • Bridge Technologies: Hall 1 - 1.A71
  • Brightcove: Hall 5 — 5.B69
  • castLabs: Hall 14 — 14.A14
  • Cinegy GmbH: Hall 7 — 7.A01
  • CIRES21, S.L.: Hall 14 — 14.B12
  • Collabora: Hall 14 — 14.D15
  • Comcast Technology Solutions: Hall 14 — 14.A49
  • DataPath: Hall 1 — 1.F27
  • Dream Chip Technologies GmbH: Hall 11 — 11.B10
  • Easy Media Suite: Hall 8 — 8.C92
  • EBU (European Broadcasting Union): Hall 10 — 10.F20
  • Encompass Digital Media: Hall 5 — 5.B75
  • ENENSYS Technologies: Hall 2 — 2.B51
  • Epic Labs / LightFlow: Hall 14 — 14.A05
  • Explorer Inc: Hall 8 — 8.A34
  • Exterity: Hall 14 — 14.C17
  • GatesAir: Hall 8 — 8.D60
  • GB Labs Ltd: Hall 7 - 7.B26
  • Haivision: Hall 14 — 14.G27
  • Harmonic Inc.: Hall 1 — 1.B20
  • HEXAGLOBE: Hall 14 — 14.A16
  • Hiscale: Hall 2 — 2.A24
  • Imagine Communications: Hall 1 — 1.D61
  • JVCKENWOOD: Hall 12 — 12.F31
  • Kaltura Europe Ltd: Hall 2 — 2.B41
  • Limelight Networks: Hall 5 — 5.B52
  • Magewell Electronics Co., Ltd.: Hall 8 — 8.A84
  • Make.TV: Hall 14 — 14.A24
  • MARSHALL ELECTRONICS, INC.: Hall 12 — 12.D20
  • Matrox VITE: Hall 7 — 7.B15
  • Media Excel Inc: Hall 14 — 14.G18
  • MediaKind: Hall 4 — 4.A01
  • Microsoft Corporation: Hall 1 — 1.C27
  • MOG Technologies: Hall 7 — 7.A27
  • nablet: Hall 7 — 7.A06
  • NAGRA: Hall 1 — 1.C81
  • nanocosmos: Hall 14 — 14.B17
  • Net Insight: Hall 1 — 1.B40
  • Openheadend: Hall 2 — 2.A36
  • Osprey Video: Hall 7 — 7.D19
  • Pebble Beach Systems: Hall 8 — 8.B68
  • Quortex: Hall 2 — 2.A36
  • Qvest Media: Hall 3 — 3.B40
  • Red Bee Media: Hall 14 — 14.D26
  • Rohde & Schwarz: Hall 7 — 7.B21
  • Sencore Inc/Wellav Technologies: Hall 1 — 1.F76
  • Singular.live: Hall 14 — 14.B08
  • Speedcast: Hall 5 — 5.C45
  • StreamShark: Hall 14 — 14.A10
  • Synamedia: Hall 14 — 14.C41
  • Telestream: Hall 7 — 7.C14
  • Tellyo: Hall 14 — 14.B15
  • Teradek: Hall 12 — 12.E65
  • Videon: Pods — Pods.P49
  • Watchity: Hall 14 — 14.B06
  • WISI Communications GmbH & Co. KG: Hall 1 — 1.D37
  • Wowza Media Systems: Hall 14 — 14.E08
  • Yamaha Commercial Audio: Hall 8 — 8.C71

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 srtalliance.org.

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