SEATTLE -- RealNetworks Inc. here today announced an agreement with Intel Corp. under which RealNetworks' Internet-enabled, media-management software will be bundled with Intel's new PC motherboard lines.
Under the terms, RealNetworks' RealPlayer and RealJukebox software will be offered with Intel's new D815EEA2 and D815EFV line of motherboards. The boards themselves support Intel's Pentium III and Celeron processors.
This will make integration of the RealNetworks products simple and easy for PC manufacturers and end-users alike, said Richard Cohen, senior vice president of consumer products for RealNetworks of Seattle.
RealPlayer enables audio and video programming online. Meanwhile, RealJukebox allows users to record music to a PC hard disk. It also finds and downloads Internet-enabled music.