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Oracle and Vicom Multimedia are working to deliver a fully integrated, high-volume, multiuser, multisite, multimedia publishing system. Oracle Video Server will provide the technology foundation for Vicom's Nereus, a multimedia publishing system for the production and delivery of large-scale, media-rich, high-volume applications. Oracle Video Server lets users store, manage, and deliver real-time video and audio to Web browsers, PCs on networks, NCs, and set-top boxes.
Oracle and Vicom Multimedia said today that they will team up to offer a multimedia publishing system for viewing on the Internet and corporate intranets. Oracle's Video Server software will provide a foundation upon which developers can tailor Vicom's NEREUS publishing system to author, manage and display multimedia documents containing video and audio for viewing via standard Web browsers, Oracle said.