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Streaming Video Technology Alliance Announces Newly Elected Board Members and Publication of New Technical Documents

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Fremont, California–(business wire)–The Streaming Video Technology Alliance (SVTA), a global technology association that develops solutions to address the key technical challenges in delivering high-quality video experiences at scale, today announced its annual Announced the results of the Board elections and the issuance of two documents. Storage Functional Specifications and QUIC Tech Brief. The SVTA also welcomed new members Bitmovin and Lilac Cloud.

As we enter our eighth year as an industry association, we are excited to reflect on our progress over the years and the contributions of outstanding members from our technical groups to the milestones achieved by our Board. ” Streaming Video Technology Alliance. “I look forward to working with the newly elected Board and members to continue advancing SVTA’s mission to improve the scalability, resilience and quality of streaming video. ”

Annual Board Election Results

Lumen’s Glenn Goldstein fills the role of SVTA Chairman. Fastly’s Alicia Pritchett has been re-elected to the board and will become SVTA Vice President. Comcast and NBCUniversal’s Glenn Deen has been reappointed treasurer and secretary. Additionally, Adobe’s Chris Hock was re-elected to the board.

The SVTA Board sets the direction of the organization and sets the overall strategy. The Board is also involved in the document approval process. For more information on the Board, please visit

Home storage functional specifications

Developed by the Edge Storage Working Group, the Home Storage Functional Specification addresses use cases and functional requirements for home storage open caching architectures. The Home Storage Open Caching Node (HS-OCN) is a new component of the open caching system focused on in-home use cases to improve content delivery. This document provides architectural guidelines and functional specifications for HS-OCN.

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QUIC technology overview

Over the years, the SVTA has published a series of technical briefs. These documents are detailed surveys of new and interesting technologies and their potential applicability to streaming. Past Tech Briefs include CMAF and Multicast ABR.

The QUIC Technical Brief is the latest document in the SVTA Technical Brief series. This QUIC protocol survey, produced by the Networking and Transport Working Group, explores some of the differences and improvements between TCP and QUIC. It also describes deployment models and summarizes some pros and cons that streaming providers should consider before adopting QUIC as their streaming video delivery protocol.

To learn more and download the document:

Join the SVTA for streamer meetups at IBC Amsterdam 2022

If you’re attending IBC next month, join the SVTA and industry associations Greening of Streaming, Women in Streaming Media, and the CDN Alliance for Happy Hour on Sunday, September 11, 2022 from 17:00-20:00 BST. please give me.

For more information and to register for the meetup, please visit

Alliance members include companies across the streaming video ecosystem, including network operators, technology providers, service providers and content owners. Current members are Adobe, AERQ, Agile Content, Alibaba, alt, Amazon, ARK Multicasting, ATEME, Bitmovin, Blockcast, Brightcove, Broadpeak, CBC, Ceeblue, Charter Communications, Cisco Systems, Citrix, Comcast, CommScope, Compira Labs, It’s Conviva. , Datazoom, Deutsche Telekom, DidjaTV, Disney Streaming, Dolby, Eluvio, Equus Compute Solutions, Ericsson, Fastly, Friend MTS, Globo, Google, Harmonic, Hughes Satellite Systems, INKA Entworks, Intel, Intelsat, InterDigital, Interra Systems, Irdeto, Liberty Global, Lilac Cloud, Limelight Networks, Lumen Technologies, Mainstreaming, Nagra, NCTA, Netskrt, Neustar, Nice People at Work, NTT, Optus, Orange, Panasonic Avionics, picoNETS, Plex, Qwilt, ServiceNow, Siden, SiriusXM Radio, Sky , SSIMWAVE, ST Engineering iDirect, Stackpath, Streaming Global, Synamedia, Telefonica, Telekom Malaysia, Telestream, Thales, The Football Association Premier League, THEO, Touchstream, Unified Streaming, Varnish Software, Vecima Networks, Velocix, Verizon, ViacomCBS, Vi asat Inc., WarnerMedia, Western Digital Corp., Wowza.

The Alliance also includes other brands owned or affiliated with member companies including Globecast, Hulu, NBCSports, Paramount, Peacock, PlutoTV, Prime Video, Twitch, Verizon Media, Viaccess-Orca and Virgin Media.

To learn more about SVTA, the technical group, or to inquire about becoming a member, please visit

About the Streaming Video Technology Alliance

The Streaming Video Technology Alliance is a global technology association addressing the critical challenges of streaming video. SVTA educates the industry on the technical nature of the problem, provides a neutral forum for collaboration across the video ecosystem, and publishes documents that define technical solutions to improve the streaming video experience. It helps to improve on a large scale. Over 100 companies, including network operators, content rights owners, OTT platforms, service providers and technology vendors representing the biggest names in global streaming, participate in biweekly working group activities and quarterly face-to-face meetings. I’m here. For more information, please visit