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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA and SAN MATEO, CA (September 15, 1997) -- Silicon Graphics, Inc. (NYSE: SGI) and Virage, Inc. today announced they have combined the Virage® Media Management System and the Silicon Graphics® StudioCentralTM asset management system to enable companies to automatically and intelligently catalog large libraries of videotape and multimedia content into a compact, on-line database. The combined products provide users with a complete media management system to search, find and manage their media through a simple Web browser. The new media management system is targeted at broadcasters, post-production houses, Fortune 500 media production work-groups, stock houses and advertising agencies working with large videotape and multimedia libraries.
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA and SAN MATEO, CA (September 15, 1997) -- Silicon Graphics, Inc. (NYSE: SGI) and Virage, Inc. today announced they have combined the Virage® Media Management System and the Silicon Graphics® StudioCentralTM asset management system to enable companies to automatically and intelligently catalog large libraries of videotape and multimedia content into a compact, on-line database. The combined products provide users with a complete media management system to search, find and manage their media through a simple Web browser. The new media management system is targeted at broadcasters, post-production houses, Fortune 500 media production work-groups, stock houses and advertising agencies working with large videotape and multimedia libraries.
    
Virage, a recognized leader in media analysis and search technology, has developed cutting-edge applications for media cataloging and asset management that are integrated with StudioCentral. The StudioCentral development environment provides an open, industrial-strength foundation for database, content and workflow management. Combined with the unparalleled bandwidth and scalability of the Silicon Graphics® OriginTM video computing platform, the Virage Media Management System provides unique benefits that give companies significant operational and competitive advantages.
 
Virage, a recognized leader in media analysis and search technology, has developed cutting-edge applications for media cataloging and asset management that are integrated with StudioCentral. The StudioCentral development environment provides an open, industrial-strength foundation for database, content and workflow management. Combined with the unparalleled bandwidth and scalability of the Silicon Graphics® OriginTM video computing platform, the Virage Media Management System provides unique benefits that give companies significant operational and competitive advantages.
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    "Our customers across several different industries have a similar problem: how to quickly and easily get their hands on the ever-increasing amounts of data," said Ron Bernal, senior vice president, Scalable Networked Systems at Silicon Graphics. "By providing leading technology from our two companies, we can better provide our customers with a solution that allows users to find the data they need."  
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"Our customers across several different industries have a similar problem: how to quickly and easily get their hands on the ever-increasing amounts of data," said Ron Bernal, senior vice president, Scalable Networked Systems at Silicon Graphics. "By providing leading technology from our two companies, we can better provide our customers with a solution that allows users to find the data they need."  
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    "We are pleased to work so closely with a market leader such as Silicon Graphics," said Paul Lego, chief executive officer of Virage. "The strength of this product alliance means we can deliver robust solutions to broadcasters, post-production facilities, corporations, manufacturing and medical organizations that are looking to unlock the potential trapped in vast video and still image files."  
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"We are pleased to work so closely with a market leader such as Silicon Graphics," said Paul Lego, chief executive officer of Virage. "The strength of this product alliance means we can deliver robust solutions to broadcasters, post-production facilities, corporations, manufacturing and medical organizations that are looking to unlock the potential trapped in vast video and still image files."  
    
Whether sharing media between editing suites and newsrooms, creating effects for commercials and film, or repurposing advertising and promotional video for Web delivery, the combined features of StudioCentral and the Virage Media Management System provide a compelling end-to-end solution for digital asset management.
 
Whether sharing media between editing suites and newsrooms, creating effects for commercials and film, or repurposing advertising and promotional video for Web delivery, the combined features of StudioCentral and the Virage Media Management System provide a compelling end-to-end solution for digital asset management.

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