IBM Corp. and partners will unveil at the Supercomm trade show in Atlanta next week an integrated system for carriers and organizations that want to manage and distribute multimedia content.
The package is designed to make it easier and less expensive for enterprises or service providers to get a content network off the ground. It can bring together database, transaction, portal and storage software from IBM, network software and equipment from Cisco Systems and streaming software from Media Publisher (MPI).
IBM DB2 Content Manager software is designed to manage unstructured objects in a DB2 database. For example, it can use contextual information to help an employee find a particular piece of video content…
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