Also this week at FOSE...

Beyond PCs, this week's FOSE show will feature information technology ranging from human resources systems to database managers.

PeopleSoft Inc. will demonstrate its Federal HR product, the first of a series of applications the vendor has customized for the federal market. The company started delivering the product last week, according to a PeopleSoft spokesman. The company will be in Booth 3426.

PeopleSoft launched a federal operation last summer.

Banyan Systems Inc.'s FOSE exhibit will include its BeyondMail for DMS secure messaging system. Banyan is targeting the product toward customers of the Defense Department's $500 million Defense Message System contract. The company will be in Booth 214.

Microrim, a subsidiary of Abacus Software Group, will be demonstrating the latest version of its flagship relational database manager, R:BASE 5.5. It features a new graphical user interface and design toolset for building database applications. The company also plans to demonstrate the Internet version of its R:BASE, R:WEB. The company will be in Booth 3130.

In imaging, Motion Pixels will feature its Motion Pixels V2.70 Codec at FOSE. The recently announced product provides full-motion video compression and decompression. Motion Pixels' Codec will play on 486DX2 PCs, accessing video files from a quad-speed or higher CD-ROM drive. Motion Pixels' playback program will run under Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 3.1, Windows for Workgroups 3.11 or Windows 95. The company will be in Booth 2215.

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-- John Moore

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