HyperLOCK strengthens the marriage between disc and Internet

Block, Debbie Galante
December 1998
EMedia Professional;Dec98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p28
Academic Journal
Focuses on the efforts of HyperLOCK Technologies Inc. to create a more robust Web experience by marrying compact disc (CD) or digital video disk (DVD) to the Internet. Basic technology of the company; Access to the company's HyperCD or HyperDVD; Mechanism by which the technology operates; Case studies on the use of HyperDVD and HyperCD.


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