More NewsMacromedia Flash Player Integrated into Neoplanet 5.0

Macromedia Flash Player Integrated into Neoplanet 5.0

NeoPlanet Inc. said it has integrated theMacromedia Flash Player into theNeoPlanet 5.0 Internet Desktop, allowing rich-media advertising.

NeoPlanet Inc. said it has integrated the Macromedia Flash Player into the NeoPlanet 5.0 Internet Desktop, allowing rich-media advertising.

The NeoPlanet Desktop app is a program that merges Web browsing, email, instant messaging, chat and community into one desktop application.

The NeoPlanet ‘InfoBox’, a persistent advertising space built into the NeoPlanet Channel Bar, now supports Macromedia Flash movies, enabling advertisers to serve high-impact, rich-media ads to NeoPlanet’s installed base of 2.3 million, the company said.

Private-label versions of the NeoPlanet Internet Desktop are currently distributed by Lycos, IBM, Packard Bell NEC, New Line Cinema, McAfee/Network Associates and Loral Space & Communications, among others.

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