Quality assurance specialist Agama Technologies has joined the SRT Alliance, the open-source initiative dedicated to overcoming the challenges of low-latency video streaming.
The SRT Alliance, founded by Haivision in April 2017, has around 450 members. Its mission is to overcome the challenges of low-latency live streaming by supporting the collaborative development of SRT (Secure Reliable Transport), a free open source video transport protocol and technology stack originally developed by Haivision that enables the delivery of low-latency video across the public internet.
“SRT is gaining momentum in different parts of the infrastructure chain, and this is exactly where we are fully present with our solutions for video observability and analytics. We’re delighted to join this growing community of developers and high-tech innovators in order to add its capabilities to our product portfolio and contribute to the success of this new technology” said Anders Svensson, CTO, Agama Technologies.
“Agama is a well know company in both classic TV and OTT industries. With the adoption of SRT, the company encompasses a great feature for their real-time monitoring solutions that fit into their existing and coming clients. Actually, SRT is on every roadmap in the video streaming space.” Agama Technologies joins SRT Alliance in order to integrate SRT open-source protocols into its solutions,” said Suso Carrillo, Director of the SRT Alliance for Haivision.
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