PRNewswire: Entera Delivers First Standards-Based Streaming Solution on Cobalt’s New RaQ 3i Server

“Entera, Inc, a developer of Internet Content Processing
Solutions, announced today the first RTSP/RTP (Real-Time Streaming
Protocol/Real-Time Protocol) content streaming solution on Cobalt
Networks new RaQ 3i server appliance. Using Apple’s QuickTime 4 and
other standards-based technologies, Entera’s Lightweight Streaming
Server Application (ELSA) will enable Internet Services Providers
(ISPs), Web hosting companies, and content providers to stream
movies, music and interactive content.”

Entera’s ELSA brings to Cobalt customers a powerful and
standards-based solution that is easy to use
,” said Mark Orr,
vice president of business development and co-founder, Cobalt
Networks. “This software will allow our customers to offer new
services to their subscribers and to tap into new opportunities,
giving them a distinct edge in their markets.”

“Standards-based streaming such as QuickTime 4 is rapidly
gaining acceptance. QuickTime 4, which has been downloaded by more
than 15 million users since it was introduced on April 19 of this
year, is the first Internet streaming solution using
non-proprietary, industry-standard protocols RTP and RTSP. The new
standards-based RTSP/RTP server from Entera builds upon this
remarkable technology and allows an end user to stream rich,
broadband media from an Intel-based server using the popular Linux

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