Oracle Media Server


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Oracle Media Server

A multimedia system for interactive TV delivery from Oracle Corporation that runs on nCUBE, HP and other hardware platforms. The client software runs on Macs, PCs and set-top boxes. It is designed to store and disseminate multiple streams of text (news), images, audio and video-on-demand.
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Oracle develops and markets Oracle Media Server and the Oracle7 family of software products for database management; Developer/2000 and Designer/2000, a complete set of tools for enterprise-wide client/server application development; and Oracle Cooperative Applications, packaged client/server solutions for accounting, manufacturing, distribution, human resources and project control.
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