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BW: InfoValue Releases Complete MPEG Streaming Video Solutions for Linux...

Apr 11, 2000, 17:36 (0 Talkback[s])

"InfoValue Computing Inc. unveiled the industry's first complete, end-to-end video streaming solution for Linux workstations at NAB this week in Las Vegas."

"Based on InfoValue's award-winning QuickVideo Suite of video-enabling solutions, the QuickVideo Player for Linux is integrated with a robust MPEG decoder and is fully compatible with any Java Media Framework-compliant decoder. The solution enables Linux users to enjoy high-quality, interactive video at their desktops using simple, VCR-like controls to pause, resume, seek, fast-forward, replay, etc."

"InfoValue's QuickVideo leads the industry with its near-gigabit per second video-on-demand throughput from a PC server and completely open architecture. It is the open architecture that makes the QuickVideo Suite of products addressing video-on-demand, video multicast, video archiving, and video distributed caching both cost-effective and highly scalable. With the enormous efficiencies that can be achieved, QuickVideo Suite is the ideal solution for businesses, broadband portals and especially broadband ISPs and ASPs who build exciting new business opportunities based on the broadband infrastructure."

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