Oracle Corp’s contribution to this week’s Internet festivities in Boston is the Oracle WebSystem, a family of products designed to provide Oracle end users and corporations with a seamless way of integrating information from the World Wide Web with existing corporate data and information systems. The new software products comprise Oracle WebServer, WebServer Option, and PowerBrowser embeddable Web browser with relational database. Oracle plans to integrate Sun Microsystems Inc’s Java programming language into PowerBrowser, enabling users to access Java-based video or other objects written in the Java language. It also announced plans to integrate the WebSystem family with AT&T’s WorldNet Managed Internet service, to provide customers a one-stop shopping option for Internet access and Web server technology. The PowerBrowser is in beta test but it is freely available on the Internet at Oracle’s Web site. It is claimed to be compliant with all standards and supports HyperText Mark-up Language 2.0. The production release is due in January. Oracle also said that Silicon Graphics Inc will offer the WebServer software on its Challenge servers and the bundled systems will be available by the end of the year. WebServer 1.0 will be out this month at $5,000; WebServer Option 1.0 is out now at $5,000 on Sun’s Solaris systems and other versions follow this month.