Oracle Corp yesterday announced Oracle Documents, a high-end alternative to Lotus Development Corp’s Notes – but also signed an agreement with Lotus under which Notes will be made compatible with Oracle Media Server – and said it was now marketing Video Server for business. Oracle Documents is designed to bring the capabilities of groupware to large companies supporting thousands of users and millions of multimedia documents. It enables multimedia documents to be created that integrate structured data from database tables with text and multimedia data. Media Server combines the Oracle7 parallel database server with the new Oracle TextServer and Oracle VideoServer for cable and telephone networks. TextServer arrives at year-end, on massively parallel systems to start with. VideoServer will be out by the end of next year.
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