Bridge Technologies joins SRT Alliance

Bridge Technologies has become a member of the SRT Alliance, a collaboration to develop the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) protocol and technology stack for low ...

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Bridge Technologies has become a member of the SRT Alliance, a collaboration to develop the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) protocol and technology stack for low latency video streaming across any network. Bridge Technologies will support the SRT Open Source Project to help drive access to, and adoption of, the SRT protocol to improve digital video delivery and video workflows around the world.

"Our business has prospered over the past 15+ years because of our commitment to helping users of our network probes achieve delivery of the best possible quality content to their customers," said Simen K. Frostad, chairman, Bridge Technologies. "Given that commitment, it's no surprise that we're enormously enthusiastic about the SRT Alliance and what it is trying to achieve. We firmly believe that the SRT open source protocol is potentially transformative for the industry: it is a real game-changer for the broadcast market."

Frostad will be participating in the SRT Open Source Panel at IBC2019. Bridge Technologies will be demonstrating SRT for its VB220, VB288 and VB330 appliances, for the monitoring and analysis of Internet streaming-based services at the show.

"Bridge Technologies is a trusted partner and recognized leader in the broadcast industry for their monitoring and analytics solutions that protect video service quality," said Sylvio Jelovcich, VP of SRT & Alliances for Haivision. "We are more than excited to have Bridge Technologies involved, which will ultimately create even broader support and enthusiasm for, and adoption of, SRT in the future."

SRT is an open source video transport protocol developed by Haivision to enable the delivery of secure, low latency video across the public Internet.        

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