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SCTE news goes live; RealNetworks/Sonic a stream team

Tue, 02/05/2002 - 7:00pm
Anne Kerven

The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers ' Interval newsletter went live on its site, it says. Interval Online is a monthly member publication covering training, safety and member events. …

RealNetworks Inc. will license MediaSite Live, a Webcasting application from Sonic Foundry. The software will let RealNetworks capture and stream any kind of digital content, scale delivery to thousands of participants, allow on-demand access to Webcast content after an event, and archiving and other management services. No word on financial terms. …

Com21 named Dawn Truax regional VP of sales for the Americas region. Truax was VP of sales for Apogee Networks. …

Joe Waz and Christine Levesque are co-chairs of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's public affairs committee. Waz is VP of external affairs and public policy counsel at Comcast Corp., and Levesque is senior VP of communication and marketing for Rainbow Media Holdings Inc.

C-COR.net appointed Rodney M. Royse to its board. Royse is a consultant and advisor to investment firms, specializing in the broadband and communications industries. …

Terayon Communication Systems Inc. extended by another two years its contract as exclusive vendor of broadband equipment to Hong Kong's i-CABLE Communications. The nearly 2-year-old i-CABLE has a base of more than 160,000 broadband subscribers. …

Imedia Semiconductor will show its DOCSIS 2.0-based reference platform for cable modems at CableLabs' upcoming winter conference. The manufacturing-ready reference platform has all elements needed for cable equipment vendors to start making DOCSIS 2.0-based product within weeks, it says. The conference is slated for Feb. 11 to Feb. 13 at the Westin Westminster Hotel in Westminster, Colo. …

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