FREMONT, CA, April 4, 2018 – Lumens™ Integration Inc. today announced that they have joined the SRT
Alliance, the collaborative open source community of industry leaders and developers dedicated to
overcoming the challenges of low-latency live video streaming. Lumens VC-A50P and VC-A50PN PTZ IP
cameras support the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) protocol that optimizes streaming performance
across unpredictable networks with secure streams and easy firewall traversal, bringing the best quality live
video over any type of network. These IP cameras feature low latency live streaming, an important feature
required for viewing video in real time and with the best image quality for every application.

“We are proud to join the SRT Alliance community,” said Steven Liang, product manager at Lumens. “Our
team of experts continue to design products with low latency in keeping up with industry standards and
providing customers with the best experience in watching live videos. We understand the network
challenges audiences face in their local regions and with the support from the SRT community, we will
continue to make advancements with our products.”

“Lumens is joining the fastest growing video stream movement, the SRT Open Source Project, now with over
100 members,” said Sylvio Jelovcich, vice president of global alliances at Haivision, founder of the SRT
Alliance. “We are excited to see Lumens join the SRT ecosystem with the first PTZ cameras with SRT support,
showcasing at NAB along with over 20 other SRT Ready solutions that will be exhibited at the show.”
Visit Lumens at NAB 2018 (booth #C159) for a demo and more information about our solutions.

To learn more about SRT, sign up for the SRT Panel Session at NAB 2018 featuring speakers from ESPN,
the NFL, Microsoft and other industry leaders on April 10 at 2:00 p.m. To attend this free event, register

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