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Ross, Dalet, AJA Video Systems join SRT Alliance

SRT Alliance now counts over 450 members.

The SRT Alliance has announced Ross Video, AJA Video Systems, Dalet and NTT TechnoCross Corporation have joined the organisation to show their support and adoption of the SRT open source protocol.

The Alliance now counts over 450 members, with 50 organisations joining over the last three months.

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 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 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.”