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ROKU

Roku develops a commercial peer-to-peer computing platform and products that enable people to view, use, and share information across all wired or wireless devices and networks.

The Roku platform, written in Java and XML, consists of three categories of components that give Roku software application and device independence, as well as "plug-and-play" flexibility. The Roku Platform uses context to link together relevant information for people - combining it with peer-to-peer networking.

Date Listed: 10/14/2000

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