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BW: New Multi-Platform Support Using Solaris and Linux for OPTX International's ScreenWatch

Jun 28, 2000, 11:29 (0 Talkback[s])


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"OPTX International adds new multi-platform support to serve its ScreenWatch 2.0 content over RealNetworks G2 Servers on Solaris and Linux operating systems. The acknowledged leader in true-to-source, screen-capture software, OPTX International partners with RealNetworks to stream lossless multimedia screen content over the Internet or intranet."

"According to RealNetworks' Lead Program Manager, Dave Cotter, "With innovative partners like OPTX International, our company is able to deliver the only complete streaming media solution that reaches the 175,000 new users who access RealSystem G2 each day and the 125 million registered unique users of RealPlayer. By adding Solaris and Linux capabilities, OPTX is joining us in the delivery of streaming media and Internet broadcasting over an array of platforms."

"Brian Meyerpeter, president and CEO of OPTX International, says, "We've added Solaris and Linux server plug-ins for streaming media producers using Unix servers. This gives new capabilities to large organizations that need scaleable, cost-effective, on-demand training solutions."

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