Silicon Graphics is strengthening its Internet software strategies.
Last week it bought ParaGraph International - a leading vendor of Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRLM) and three-dimensional software tools - and also set up a new software business unit.
SGI will fold ParaGraph's tools into its existing offerings and will gain access to some of ParaGraph's biggest customers, including Disney Online and the Microsoft Network.
Terms of the buyout were not disclosed.
The ParaGraph technology and products will be managed by SGI's newly formed Cosmo Software business unit, which will be responsible for creating VRLM, 3-D, audio and video software for multiple platforms, officials said.
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