Adobe has unveiled the latest versions of Flash Server allowing site owners to stream content to users via Flash media files.
The addition of video streaming has been a major selling point for the Flash 3 line, which also includes client software for PCs and mobile phones.
Flash Server 3 comes in two packages. Smaller businesses will be offered the $995 Flash Media Streaming Server to stream conventional and HD video content.
High-end users will be offered the $4,500 Flash Media Interactive Streaming server, which also includes support for DRM and access control software along with bundled software tools.
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