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The CONNECT Solutions Partners Program helps integrators and VARs dramatically reduce the time-to-market for interactive commerce applications development, extending the reach of the CONNECT's OneServer software platform.
The key to Connect HD's unmatched editing performance is CineForm's innovative patent-pending technologies including a proprietary and symmetric, yet visually lossless video codec.
Prior to founding Connect One, he was a co-founder of M-Systems (NASDAQ:FLSH), where he established and managed its US subsidiary, and took part in its IPO on Nasdaq in 1993.
There's a great deal of talk in the industry about interoperability right now, but it's a reality with Misys Connect," said Richard Atkin, president of the Hospital Systems business at Misys Healthcare Systems.
Weaver continued, "Viper Connect gives us another business product which we can market with a predictable monthly revenue stream, as well as dramatically increasing our Company's exposure since the product essentially puts our name on every web site that purchases the service from us.
With an additional $100,000 funding from Multnomah County Emergency Management (MCEM), Connect & Protect is expanding its managed service to provide the secure distribution of MCEM's operations plans, alerts and sensitive information to the County user population and county partners.
Connect One develops and manufactures chips, software, and hardware that enable manufacturers of industrial, commercial, medical and consumer devices to reduce the time, cost, complexity and risk to connect devices to the Internet.
With Dealer Connect, dealers get instant answers 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week," said Steve Bentley, CEO and chairman of the board of The Aimbridge Group.
Without spending any money, a potential customer can quickly understand how easy it is to Internet-enable his product with iChip," said Alan Singer, Connect One vice president of sales and marketing.
telecommunications market research and analysis firm, estimates the worldwide market for optical cross connect systems to be $543 million in 2000, growing to $15 billion by 2004.