Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has completed the acquisition of Streaming Media, Inc. from Penton Media, Inc.
Posted Jan 07, 2003
New Generation Digital and SuperFast Networks have developed an arrangement to showcase their peer-to-peer streaming VOD (video on demand).
Posted Dec 10, 2002
Equilibirum has announced a broadening of their strategic relationship with Microsoft Corp. to include solution support and channel development incentives for integrating Equilibrium MediaRich Image Server with Microsoft Content Management Server 2002, Commerce Server 2002, and SharePoint Portal Server 2001.
Posted Dec 06, 2002
iVAST, a provider of MPEG-4 solutions, and HwaCom Systems Inc., a systems integrator in Taiwan, have announced that HwaCom will provide sales and support of iVAST's advanced MPEG-4 Platform in Taiwan.
Posted Nov 26, 2002
iVAST and Paradyne Networks, Inc. have announced that they will team up to support the sale of MPEG-4 based On-Demand services, including video-on-demand (VOD) and interactive educational programs, to the hospitality and education markets.
Posted Nov 22, 2002
iVAST, a provider of MPEG-4 software, and Paradyne Networks, Inc., a provider of broadband voice, data, and video network access solutions, will partner to support the sale of MPEG-4 based On-Demand services, including video-on-demand (VOD) and interactive educational programs, to the hospitality and education markets.
Posted Nov 19, 2002
Speedera Networks Inc. and TrueSpectra, Inc., a provider of server-based imaging solutions, have formed a strategic partnership to create a dynamic image serving Web service offered by a Content Delivery Network.
Posted Nov 15, 2002
Vividon, Inc., a provider of streaming appliances for audio and video delivery, has announced that the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), has purchased Vividon SDA streaming delivery systems to use internally for distribution of streaming media content to employees.
Posted Oct 08, 2002
In July, 2001, MSNBC.com celebrated its fifth birthday. Not a bad age to be in an era of Internet shooting-star flame-outs. EContent's then-editor Bill Mickey and publisher Andrew Pemberton sit down with editor-in-chief Merril Brown and CTO Steve white to hear about how MSNBC.com has grown.
Posted Oct 01, 2001
Given the fate of some early broadband business models, and the slower-than-anticipated deployment of broadband in general, today's managers pinning their hopes on the convergence of voice, video, and data networking technology might agree.
Posted Aug 01, 2001