Big screens to small

GCN tech brief

Vignette is expanding its Web content management software to support delivery of multimedia content to mobile devices. The Digital Services Hub (www.vignette.com/dsh) extension can be used to reformat Web pages and even digital video for display on small screens, said Conleth O'Connell, chief technology officer at Vignette. The company initially is pitching the DSH extension to telecommunications companies as a way of providing entertainment services to their mobile users. But the extension could also apply to government work. For example, it could provide military mechanics with streaming instructional video on how to fix a product, said Stephen Manniso, Vignette account executive.

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