Santa Clara, CA--May 20, 1996--A low-cost referencedesign board enables manufacturers to build personal-computercards that control high-quality video conferences over regulartelephone lines, such as those used in the Internet and in localarea networks. It has been introduced by Zoran Corp. and DSPGroup Inc., both of Santa Clara, CA.
The board, called the EyeWay95, complies with all relevantstandards, and is intended to be installed in a Pentium-basedcomputer that runs under the Windows 95 operating system. Untilnow, such boards cost at least several hundred dollars, and insome cases several thousand, and required such conferences to beset up over expensive ISDN lines.
The EyeWay95 is intended for use with a standard 28.8 kbps modemand a standard video camera.
Elisha Caspary or Dave Fronczak
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