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Roxen Internet Software AB
Kenneth Olofsson Appointed CEO of Roxen Internet Software
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 19, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- Roxen Internet Software AB (SSE:ROX) has appointed Kenneth Olofsson to the position of CEO. His first priority will be to build market share and profitability as a full service Web Content Management vendor with high end product Roxen Platform and newly acquired entry-level product Roxen IntraWise.
StreetFusion to Feature Live and On-Demand Webcasts of Quarterly Earnings Conference Calls for Meridian Medical Technologies, SpeedFam-IPEC, Inc., Silent Witness Enterprises Ltd., and TIBCO Software Inc.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- On Thursday, September 20, 2001, StreetFusion, the online network for financial events, will webcast quarterly earnings calls for the companies listed below. Free access to these live and on-demand earnings call webcasts, a calendar of upcoming events, and an extensive library of archived webcasts are available at www.streetfusion.com.
Intentia Delivers on Its Collaborative Vision
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 19, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- Intentia International AB (publ) (XSSE:INT B) is pleased to announce that it will introduce its new Movex Collaboration Applications on September 25th. The new collaboration solution opens the doors to the next business revolution and with it Intentia delivers on its vision of the transparent supply chain.
Media & Entertainment.com Inc.
Media and Entertainment.com Secures Exclusive Rights to Valuable Streaming Technology Through its Acquisition of Nexcode, Inc.
LAS VEGAS, Sept. 18, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- Media and Entertainment.com, Inc. (OTCBB:MEDE), a rapidly growing leader in communications services for the entertainment industry, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Nexcode, Inc., giving the company the ability to stream video over the Internet at very high speeds, matching television quality pictures online. Nexcode has developed state-of-the-art technology that permits video to be broadcast online at 24-30 frames per second, without cumbersome downloading and buffering like other popular technologies such as Microsoft Corp.'s (Nasdaq:MSFT) Windows Media Player, Apple Computer Inc.'s (Nasdaq:AAPL) Quick Time or RealNetworks, Inc.'s (Nasdaq:RNWK) Real Player. This means that Media and Entertainment will now be able to broadcast videos, commercials and movie trailers to online viewers at speeds that are up to 100 times faster than before.