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Emerging Services for Wireless Carrier Networks--Design Abstract
The transition to IP A wireless carrier s national or regional next generation core network will be an all-IP network in the sense that IP will be the network

wireless protocol  Core Types | Core Wireless | Corporate Voip | DNS Appliance | DNS Appliances | HDLC | HDLC Format | HDLC Frame Structure | HDLC Protocol | HDLC Protocol Description | HDLC Source | HDLC Standard | High Level Data Link Control | Implementing Voip | Integrating Virtual Private Networks | Internet Engineering Task Force | Internet Phone | Internet Telephone | Internet Telephony | Internet Telephony Service Provider | Internet Voice Over IP | IP Business Phone | IP Phone | IP Phones | IP Solution Telephony | Read More...
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The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
Confused about RFID middleware? RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally

wireless protocol  - From Wired to Wireless Introduction Middleware is the bridge between one world and the other. Middleware for radio frequency identification (RFID) bridges the worlds of waves (radio), light beams, and sensory (light temperature and vibration), to the hardwired world of servers, routers, Internet, and software systems. The Middle Kingdom is the world between the physical world and the digital world. And to add to the definition—middleware may span from the device to the edge (the border, and slightly Read More...
Who Else is Using Your Wireless Network?
Information technology (IT) security industry experts continue to warn us that wireless networks have significant vulnerabilities. Taking precautions is a smart

wireless protocol  Cryptography experts have lambasted wireless networks as being easy to exploit. While wired equivalent privacy (WEP), Wi-Fi protected access (WPA), and temporal key integrity protocol (TKIP) all add layers of security to wireless networks, it is a well-established fact that cracking WEP encryption keys is not that hard to do. Most people who use computers at home, whether the computer is their own personal system, or a laptop owned by their company, don't go through the trouble to enable wireless Read More...
A Forum for Wireless Standards…About time isn’t it?
A wireless standards forum has been needed for years, and given the wide array of vendors participating in the newly formed Mobile Wireless Internet Form (MWIF)

wireless protocol  standard based on the Wireless Access Protocol (WAP), which is already dominating European and Asian markets, wireless communication will be seamless regardless of time, location or device. The beginnings of an Internet based set of wireless IP standards are welcome news to vendors and consumers alike. Utilizing agreed upon open standards will allow vendors to produce applications at an accelerated rate while reducing the core cost overhead, thereby allowing more consumer-friendly flexibility within the Read More...
Wireless Mobile Portal by MobileID
MobileID has produced a clean, easily navigable, user-friendly web site, which will allow users of all abilities to set up their MobileID personalized service

wireless protocol  end user using the Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) as opposed to Short Messaging Services (SMS). The primary reason for selecting WAP over SMS is very simple, most wireless providers disable SMS unless requested by the user (usually for an additional charge). In addition to SMS carrier restrictions, SMS has been notoriously unreliable in message routing and delivery, resulting in messages being delayed by hours or perhaps days. Given the two major SMS drawbacks we believe MobileID has made the only logical Read More...
Best Practices for Securing Your Wireless LAN
The steady growth of wi-fi in the enterprise demands that corporate IT teams learn and adopt new security methodologies tailored to the unique requirements and

wireless protocol  Practices for Securing Your Wireless LAN The steady growth of wi-fi in the enterprise demands that corporate IT teams learn and adopt new security methodologies tailored to the unique requirements and weaknesses of wireless networks. Download this white paper to learn about the real-world best practices needed to deploy and maintain a secure wireless network. Read More...
IPv4-to-IPv6 Transition Strategies
Organizations with existing Internet protocol version 4 (IPv4) networks seeking to implement IPv6 face challenges in identifying impacts, planning the

wireless protocol  to-IPv6 Transition Strategies Organizations with existing Internet protocol version 4 (IPv4) networks seeking to implement IPv6 face challenges in identifying impacts, planning the transition, and executing the migration. Given the common organizational reliance on external communications for partner links, home-based employees, and Internet access, an overall plan should be compiled addressing the current environment, users, and the controlled steps to IPv6 deployment. Read More...
The SOAP Opera Progresses - Helping XML to Rule the World
An important emerging standard in the web arena, known as SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), originally developed by Microsoft, has achieved a new milestone.

wireless protocol  SOAP Opera Progresses - Helping XML to Rule the World The SOAP Opera Progresses - Helping XML to Rule the World M. Reed - August 20, 2001 Event Summary The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released the first public working drafts of SOAP Version 1.2 and the XML Protocol Abstract Model. By formally publishing these working drafts at an early stage of the design work, W3C hopes to ensure that the public can follow the development of these proposed standards, and contribute to a final result that is Read More...
Insider’s Guide to Cisco VoIP Phone Systems
Communication in any business is key. Cisco, as one of the leaders in business voice over internet protocol (VoIP), offers a range of unified IP phone solutions

wireless protocol  Guide to Cisco VoIP Phone Systems Communication in any business is key. Cisco, as one of the leaders in business voice over internet protocol (VoIP), offers a range of unified IP phone solutions and software applications for businesses. This white paper looks at a few of the universal characteristics of Cisco’s unified IP phone solutions, and provides a brief description of what features and services a variety of Cisco phone systems offer. Read More...
Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access
Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol

wireless protocol  Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access Event Summary Burlington, MA, December 10, 1999 - Bus-Tech, a leading supplier of data center connectivity solutions, announces the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol to provide the highest possible throughput between Windows NT applications and DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 using IBM's DB2 Connect. Glossary: SNA: Systems Network Architecture. IBM's mainframe Read More...
The RIM 957 ~ Probably Your Next Pager (and a Whole Lot More.)
RIM’s primary focus is wireless e-mail, which has evolved into a mission critical application for most users over the past several years, leading to tremendous

wireless protocol  an early jump on wireless technology with a concept of Always On, Always Connected , something which RIM has excelled at. RIM's primary focus is wireless e-mail, which has evolved into a mission critical application for most users over the past several years, leading to tremendous success for RIM's 850 and 950 versions of their wireless Blackberry e-mail device line. In late 1999 RIM introduced the Blackberry 957 wireless e-mail device. The above images show the smaller Blackberry 950 on the left and Read More...
WAP Forum Specifies RSA’s RC5 Encryption For Wireless
As the wireless community continues to grow at mind-boggling rates, security has become a key concern, not only in the eyes of users, but also to vendors and

wireless protocol  RSA’s RC5 Encryption For Wireless WAP Forum Specifies RSA's RC5 Encryption For Wireless P. Hayes - May 9, 2000 Event Summary BEDFORD, Mass., On April 20 - RSA Security Inc. (NASDAQ:RSAS) announced that the WAP Forum has specified RSA Security's RC5 encryption algorithm for its WTLS (Wireless Transport Level Security) specification. At the April WAP Forum Developer's Symposium in Miami, Florida, the committee voted to include RSA Security's RC5 algorithm as an encryption technology for use in wireless Read More...
Implementation Brief: SpectraSite
SpectraSite is in the business of making wireless and broadcast communications pervasive. One process it was looking to improve, however, was its in-building

wireless protocol  the business of making wireless and broadcast communications pervasive. One process it was looking to improve, however, was its in-building antenna approval. The current process was time-consuming, and its faxing technology inadequate. But by implementing a business process management (BPM) solution, SpectraSite dramatically reduced the process cycle, from almost sixty days to a maximum of ten days. Read More...

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