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International Interactive Commerce, Ltd.

International Interactive Commerce, Ltd. (IIC) creates distributed Internet server software. IIC's technology uses software agents to break up and re-distribute rich media and applications by utilizing unused portions of Internet bandwidth to deliver the reassembled package to endusers.This provides a solution for delivering rich media, for example, with no streaming on the server side or increased bandwidth requirements. The company calls this optimized use of currently underutilized network resources Distributed Internet Server Technology. Distributed Internet Server software is Java2 compliant, and does not require changing existing applications systems or rearchitecting of existing server environments. The IIC Research and Development team includes scientists formerly employed at IBM, Sprint, GE, GTE, SilkNet and XEROX.

Date Listed: 04/16/2001

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