Latin America. Haivision introduced SRT video streaming support into Aviwest's IP video contribution solutions that give broadcasters more options to contribute real-time content for live premium sports, news and event coverage.
In April 2022, Haivision closed the acquisition of Aviwest. The acquisition expanded Haivision's portfolio of video contribution solutions to include 5G streaming, mobile video contribution and network linking technology.
The introduction of SRT support for the Aviwest PRO, AIR and RACK series now enables interoperability with Haivision's full portfolio of products and other SRT-enabled solutions. This allows Aviwest devices to be used in conjunction with other Haivision streaming technologies in a wide variety of streaming production scenarios, including multi-camera remote production, cloud contribution and distribution, and decentralized collaborative workflows.
"In just two months since the acquisition of Aviwest, we have already made great strides in executing our vision of delivering comprehensive technology solutions that will drive the future of live streaming," said Mirko Wicha, CEO and President of Haivision. "We are excited to see our technologies come together and strongly believe that the combined strength of our solutions will power our customers' success."
Originally developed by Haivision, SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) is an Emmy ® Award-winning open-source video transport protocol that optimizes real-time streaming over unpredictable networks. Widely adopted by the media and entertainment industry, SRT provides TV broadcasters with a secure and reliable solution for contributing low-latency video over the Internet. SRT includes low-latency packet loss recovery and 128/256-bit AES encryption for end-to-end security.
Adding the SRT protocol for streaming over fixed IP networks to two-time Emmy Award-winning Aviwest Safe Stream Transport (SST) technology designed for high-quality live video cellular streaming dramatically improves interoperability with live streaming and remote control production equipment. production workflows that include a combination of mobile and wired video contribution.
"With the introduction of SRT outputs as a complement to our SST technology, we are further expanding the scope of what is possible by offering our customers the best in reliable, low-latency video streaming over any network and to a wide range of receivers. gateways and workflows in the cloud," said Ronan Poullaouec, vice president of remote and wireless systems engineering at Haivision.