Third-Party Hardware and Software Development

While RED embraces third-party hardware and software solutions, RED has a strict policy in place to protect RED, third-parties, and customers. The Third-Party Hardware and Software Development Policy avoids potential misunderstandings when RED’s products, services, or features might appear to be similar or identical to product development ideas submitted to RED or that RED has sanctioned or endorsed a product when that is not the case.

If you want non-public available information to develop third-party products, a third-party hardware development non-disclosure agreement (NDA) must be in place. If RED receives any information before an NDA is signed, RED treats the information as an Unsolicited Idea.

For more information, go to Hardware and Software Third-Party Development Policy


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