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Vantum offers streaming videoVantum Corp., based in Boulder, Colo., will introduce a line of active video appliances that can record and stream video over IP networks. The devices use programmable image rules to integrate analysis and control into video and audio streaming for use in corporate speeches, collaboration, distance learning, or security, officials said.

The line of appliances includes the C1d model, which has an integrated camera and a hard disk for storage, and the Vantum IDE, an integrated development environment for creating JavaScript code. The video appliances cost US$1,295 to $1,995 and be controlled via a Web browser and incorporated into existing IP management infrastructure.

Enterasys unveils wireless LAN platform

Aiming to help enterprises migrate wireless LANs to forthcoming higher-speed standards, Enterasys Networks Inc., in Rochester, N.H., plans to take the wraps off a wireless access platform with an upgradable architecture that has the capability of supporting multiple wireless LAN technologies. The RoamAbout R2 supports the current 802.11b wireless technology and features modular slots designed to accommodate cards for high-rate standards such as 802.11a, HyperLan2, or Bluetooth.

Agere touts network products

Agere Systems Inc., a spin-off of Lucent Technologies Inc., will unveil a set of new networking products from its ORiNOCO unit. The company's offerings will include a new AP (Access Point) Density feature that will allow network managers to deploy wireless networks consisting of customizable cells.

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