The China Internet Corp has launched its official Hong Kong 1997 Handover Web page with the help of four of the biggest names in computing. Bay Networks, IBM, Oracle and Sun Microsystems were the main technology sponsors, each lending expertise to help create this special Web page. The editorial content of the Web site has been provided by Xinhua (the New China News Agency). The launch ceremony was attended by dignitaries from the world of politics and technology in Hong Kong and China. They included the deputy director of Xinhua, Zhang Junsheng, and the president of the Provisional Legislature, Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai. The Web page contains Chinese and English text as well as s photographic history of of Hong Kong. The most spectacular aspect of the site is that it intends to use live video from the handover ceremony. With the help of extremely fast servers from Sun Microsystems and Oracle's Video Server software, live video images of the ceremony should be put on the Internet on June 30. Marketing director for Oracle Bob Carlston said he thought it was the largest live video project of its kind the firm had put together. Together with Sun, Oracle said it was ready to jump in and help out if the site became overloaded with hits.