IBM launched a range of electronic commerce solutions at Internet Worl, providing 'ISP-in-a-box' and video links for the Internet.
IBM launched products that improve its hosting facilities and offer Web-based inventory tracking.
First comes its subscriber management system, a solution that allows ISPs to offer more added value to their customers, according to Karl Salnoske, general manager of Internet application solutions at IBM. "It gives better registration, log-on and tailoring for ISPs to give to customers."
Asset services is a newly-launched inventory tracking tool and IBM also improved its content hosting services by adding a dedicated server option and a high performance, high bandwidth option for high volume sites.
It also revealed a product that puts online hyperlinks to and from video sources. On the beta version of Hot Video, the Java-based tool for linking video to Web sites, Salnoske said it has the ability to link video ads to Web sites when potential customers want more information.
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