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October 30, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Recognising that it can never persuade the whole world to buy the idea of creating a media server by running Oracle Video Server on a massively parallel machine from nCube Corp, Oracle Corp has turned to Hewlett-Packard Co and signed an agreement under which the two will jointly pursue multimedia applications in various industries, including telecommunications, retail, consumer packaged goods, financial services and manufacturing, with Oracle Video Server running on the HP 9000 Unix nmachines and HP NetServer personal computer servers. The combination will be one of the first scalable, end-to-end solutions to enable integrated multimedia in corporate applications, the companies said. The Oracle Video Server extensions to Oracle7 7.3 running on HP machines are expected to deliver 20 streams of concurrent video on a workgroup server and up to 200 streams on an enterprise server. The products will be available in the first quarter next year.

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