December 19, 1996 6:00 PM ET
pcAnywhere gains support for CU-See Me videoconferencing
By Maria Seminerio

  White Pine Software Inc. will incorporate Symantec Corp.'s pcAnywhere32 remote-access solution in its Enhanced CU-See Me desktop videoconferencing software under a deal announced by the companies today.

The Symantec product for Windows 95 and Windows NT enables simultaneous deployment of remote control, file transfer and chat functions for up to 10 users. It supports a variety of connection types, including Internet connections, said officials in Cupertino, Calif. Enhanced CU-See Me provides person-to-person or group videoconferencing over the Internet and other IP networks.

The bundle will be less expensive and less complex than existing remote desktop videoconferencing systems, said Howard Berke, CEO of White Pine, in Nashua, N.H.

A rollout date for the bundled product has not been decided.

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