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CUseeMe Announces Enterprise Version of CUseeMe Web

Videoconferencing company CuseeMe (www.cuseeme.com) announced a new version of its web-based video tool, CUseeMe Web, which focuses on business use. When CUSeeMe Web was first released in October 1999, it was focused primarily on the consumer space.

"As IP networks have become the dominant vehicle for messaging and collaboration within the corporate environment, the opportunity to enhance the user's experience with interactive rich media communications has become very compelling," said Killko Caballero, president and CEO of CUseeMe Networks. "We have evolved the technology in response to customer needs and market opportunity, which has resulted in a mature and powerful enabling technology for enterprise desktop communications."

IVoDS, a systems integrator, is utilizing CUseeMe Web to develop a remote collaboration and conferencing system for NASA's International Space Station. "We have been working on a complex communications system, combining the power of the telephone, the personal computer, and the Internet to support work groups distributed around the country and world," said Jim Chamberlain, IVoDS project manager for AZ Technology, Inc.

Chamberlain said that the product allows them to tailor the system to NASA's requirements.

CUseeMe Web new features include: Web touring, H.323 collaboration, firewall support and more.

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