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COMTEX, a US company that delivers news to financial and business information distributors, and streaming media network ON24 Inc have signed an agreement whereby ON24 will deliver its investor news in streaming video and audio to COMTEX' distributors.
Micromedical Industries Ltd, an Australian technology company, has developed a portable wireless heart monitoring system, which allows heart information to be sent from remote locations and during exercise to be displayed live on the Internet.
Computer system manufacturers Pionex Technologies Inc and Quantex Microsystems Inc have licensed Novell's Internet Caching System, a caching appliance architecture designed to increase the capacity of web servers, and plan to make their cache appliances available in 3Q'99.
Novell says that according to figures from International Data Corp, its GoupWise e-mail and collaboration system has gained 1m new users in the US during 1Q'99.
Information Advantage says that its MyEureka! business intelligence software has met the technical requirements of Oracle's new product certification programme and has received the "e-certified warehouse" designation from Oracle as a proof that the software easily integrates with Oracle's e-business warehouse systems.
Firstar Corp, a US bank holding company, has selected Travelers Express/MoneyGram to handle official check and money order processing for around 450 of its banking locations.
Intentia has launched Configured Industry Application, a new product that the company says will reduce by up to half the time it takes to implement its Movex enterprise resource planning (ERP) industry applications.