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Vweb  Profile

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Vweb  Company Overview

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Vweb Corporation is a fabless semiconductor company focused on MPEG and broadband video networking technologies for the consumer electronics market. Its mission is to be the leading digital media compression and decompression solution provider for video distribution and storage. Vweb technology enables cost-effective distribution of video over a wide variety of networks. The integrated technology enables network equipment and service providers to deliver value-added services such as streaming video with multicasting technology, video on demand and video conferencing.

Vweb  Products

The types of products manufactured by Vweb include MPEG Audio-Visual Decoders, MPEG Audio-Visual Encoders, MPEG Audio-Visual CODECs, MPEG-2 Audio-Visual Encoder Cards, and MPEG-2 Audio-Visual Express Cards.

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