Google Cloud now an SRT official backer.
Google’s seal of approval marks the ubiquity of the SRT Open Source Protocol.
The SRT Alliance has over 500 product, service, and solution providers supporting the adoption of the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) open-source video streaming protocol. It now has one more in Google Cloud.
This announcement marks “a significant milestone for the SRT open-source community and the media and entertainment industry,” says Haivision which developed the tech.
"Google Cloud is committed to helping media organizations around the world transform their audience experiences," said Anil Jain, Managing Director of Media & Entertainment Industry Solutions at Google Cloud. "We are delivering on that commitment by innovating alongside partners like Haivision and the SRT Alliance, and helping drive the adoption of new technologies such as the SRT protocol supports our continuously expanding portfolio of solutions for the media and entertainment industry."
Mirko Wicha, President and CEO of Haivision, added, “Haivision’s team of SRT developers collaborates with engineers from the most progressive organizations, both within the open-source community and within standards organizations, to better the technology stack and expand its application areas. Together, with Google Cloud, we’re thrilled to advance our commitment to helping overcome the challenges of mission-critical, low latency video streaming.”
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