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April 1994, Article 2

HP MPower: A Collaborative Multimedia Environment

Multimedia capability on a workstation enables users to interact with their applications and communicate with others in a variety of formats (textual and nontextual). HP MPower provides an environment in which users have easy access to the multimedia facilities at their workstations, and application developers can easily add new multimedia tools.

X Stations in HP MPower (included in main article).
The HP Instant Ignition Program (included in main article).
Diagnosing and Reporting Problems in the Multimedia Environment (included in main article).

by William R. Yoder

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