Streaming advances flow; standards spurned

Berinato, Scott
July 1998
PC Week;07/20/98, Vol. 15 Issue 29, p102
Trade Publication
States that several companies have developed streaming media technologies in July of 1998 that advance voice quality and ease of use. Integration of streaming into Windows NT by Microsoft Corp.; Microsoft's NetShow Theater Server; The G2 streaming system from RealNetworks Inc.; Emblaze VideoPro from Geo Interactive; Features and capabilities of each; Interoperability issues; Contact information.


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