This year’s SRT InterOp Plugfest was a pivotal event for testing interoperability and compatibility within the streaming industry. Beginning on May 9th and spanning an entire week, this year’s Plugfest showcased remarkable participation and engagement from vendors, resulting in extensive device-to-device tests and fostering the continued growth of the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol. Click here to read the full post (link to the blog on haivision.com)
Read the results and the highlights from the 2023 SRT InterOp Plugfest with YouTube.
Haivision welcomes YouTube to the SRT Alliance and reveals first details about this year’s SRT InterOp Plugfest.
Learn all about Sony’s contribution to the SRT open source protocol, the SRT Prometheus Exporter.
Ross Video and SRT Alliance today announced SRT support for the Ross softGear Streaming Gateway.
Pixagility, an innovative multi-services video platform, today announced that they have joined the SRT Alliance to enhance the skills of its teams in mastering SRT, to better serve its international customers.
Haivision Celebrates Five Years of SRT Open Source and SRT Alliance Surpasses 550 Members at NAB Show 2022Mark Villamor
SRT, originally developed and open sourced by Haivision, continues to impact broadcast and streaming by enabling remote and cloud workflows as the SRT Alliance now has more than 550 members.
Imagen Joins the SRT Alliance to Bring High-Quality and Secure Low Latency Video Streams Directly into Their Video Management PlatformMark Villamor
Imagen, the leading cloud media asset management platform, today announced that they have joined the SRT Alliance.