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RealNetworks

(RealNetworks, Inc., Seattle, WA, www.realnetworks.com) The company behind the RealMedia and the RealPlayer technologies. Originally Progressive Networks, product names have a Real prefix (RealPlayer, RealOne, RealArcade, RealAudio, etc.). See RealMedia.
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RealNetworks announced a strategic partnership with Milestone Systems to provide the seamless integration of SAFR, a facial recognition platform for live video, with Milestone's market-leading XProtect Video Management Software, VMS, to help security professionals more effectively protect people, facilities, and assets.
25 January 2019 - Seattle, US-based digital media software provider RealNetworks, Inc.
RealNetworks provides its facial recognition technology to schools free of charge, ostensibly to help make the country's schools "safer." The guide's release was timed so as to reach school districts during the National School Safety Center's annual Safe Schools Week, observed this year October 21-27.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 30 (NewsVoir): RealNetworks India Private Limited, a 100 per cent subsidiary of RealNetworks Inc.
Dickson brings 15 years of experience working with European customers in executive roles at technology and digital media companies like RealNetworks, Rhapsody (Napster), and Nielsen.
Fewer still are aware of the role that RealNetworks and Microsoft played in the late 1990s in growing the industry and helping to foster the adoption of streaming media technology and content, thanks to their deep pockets and marketing muscle.
The deposition can't exceed two hours and the only topic allowed is changes Apple made to its software in October 2004 that rendered digital music files engineered by RealNetworks inoperable with Apple's iPod music player.
By working together, SpeedBit and RealNetworks are opening a new chapter in high-speed performance for rich content delivery.
"RealNetworks' UI is clean and simple, and the platform is flexible enough to offer innovative pricing models for our subscribers, making it the obvious choice for success in mobile music."
RealNetworks yesterday launched its Rhapsody music-streaming application for the iPhone and iPod Touch, after what the company said was a "smooth process" of back-and-forth with Apple.<p>Apple's approval of Rhapsody marks the first time the company has allowed an on-demand music streaming subscription-based service on its iconic iPhone in the U.S.<p>The application, which is a free download, lets Rhapsody customers listen to any of the service's 8-million-plus tracks the service offers, call up saved albums and tune into any of Rhapsody's ready-to-go playlists.<p>Users can stream music to both the iPhone and the iPod Touch via a Wi-Fi connection; iPhone users can also connect via AT&T's EDGE and 3G data networks in the U.S.