Brief: CUSeeMe Launches Video ASP Application

BOSTON (05/20/2000) - The first voice and video application service provider (ASP) will debut on Monday when CUseeMe Networks Inc. in Nashua, New Hampshire, launches its V2 ASP-hosted application. The company said it will target organizations seeking online voice and video services for online training and professional services, as well as business-to-consumer operations.

Network Storage Market Growing

The worldwide network storage market, which includes network-attached storage and storage-area networks, will reach more than $10 billion in end-user sales by 2004, according to Cahners In-Stat Group. The Scottsdale, Arizona-based research firm said the market will reach nearly $2 billion this year.

Dynamic Pricing

PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York and International Inc. in Toronto announced that they will collaborate on North American sales and implementations of's dynamic pricing technology for business-to-business and business-to-consumer Web sites.

MoveNet MovesTo Emptoris LLC, an Internet business-to-business marketplace for relocation services in New York,will implement new configuration software from Emptoris Inc. in Burlington, Massachusetts. The software will let MoveNet's customers evaluate factors beyond unit pricing when buying services. Emptoris' ePass software lets buyers and sellers customize parameters for online sourcing of goods and services.

Profit and Loss

San Jose-based Brocade Communications Systems Inc. turned a profit for the second quarter of fiscal 2000, reporting $13.3 million, compared with a loss of $800,000 for the same period last year.

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