AJA Joins SRT Alliance

AJA is the latest to announce support for the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) Alliance, an open-source initiative dedicated to overcoming the challenges of low-latency video streaming.

The announcement follows AJA’s recent launch of Bridge Live, a multi-channel live video encoding, decoding, streaming, and transcoding solution featuring support for SRT. As a member of the SRT Alliance, AJA plans to continue exploring how it can improve its streaming offerings for customers by integrating the latest evolutions that the open source technology has to offer into AJA tools like Bridge Live.

Developed in partnership with Comprimato, Bridge Live offers a comprehensive platform for live video streaming to a range of content delivery platforms with support for SRT and a host of other protocols.

“SRT and the SRT Alliance are more relevant than ever, as organizations, businesses and institutions around the world have embraced remote working and production in 2020. Connecting with employees, customers, students, and other audiences on a global scale via video requires a secure and reliable transport mechanism, which is why we’ve built SRT support into Bridge Live,” shared Nick Rashby, President, AJA. “We’re thrilled to join this growing alliance of technology innovators who share our passion for enabling more efficient, affordable live streaming workflows that answer modern security and reliability demands.” 

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