SkyStream product helps brand streaming media

Meserve, Jason
August 2000
Network World;08/28/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 35, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on SkyStream Networks' introduction of zBand, a software product that lets service providers and companies offer branded streaming media and other content to end users. Types of networks for which the software system is designed; SkyStream's effort to look for ways that service providers can brand and possibly increase revenues on the services they sell.


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