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December 2, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 9:17pm


By CBR Staff Writer

After months of seeming inactivity, Foster City-based nCube Corp has woken up of late, and is now celebrating a reseller deal with computer giant Hitachi Ltd for its nCube video servers. Hitachi will use the video servers as part of a set of integrated video delivery products it will offer to the Japanese marketplace. nCube servers have already been specified by Hitachi for an unnamed major Japanese organization where it will be used as for video on demand applications over an asynchronous transfer mode network to Windows 95-based PC clients equipped with Optibase Videoplex MPEG-2 decoder cards. Video-on-demand is said to be taking off in Japan, where it is being used for both home entertainment and corporate training applications.

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