WAPathy Rife In Enterprise Europe
- Deja Vu. Young, Deborah // Wireless Review;10/15/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 20, p22
Examines the outlook of the efforts of the wireless communication industry to transit into global data roaming starting on the year 2000. Challenges the service providers face in providing roaming capabilities; Details on the variances in application languages; How problems in global roaming...
- THE PROBLEMS WITH CLOSED GARDENS. Bradner, Scott // Network World;06/12/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p48
Deals with developments in Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) service offerings. Support for Internet Protocol-based services over low-speed wireless connections to cellular phones; Wireless phone companies' plan to preprogram the address of one of their own gateways into the WAP phones they sell.
- In Wireless, Less Is More. Wood, Malcolm // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Nov2000, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p77
Focuses on the use of low-power wireless systems for cost-effective advanced services in telecommunication. Limitations of Wireless Application Protocol-based handsets; Components of a low-power handsets; Advantages of the low-power units; Suitability of the units for personal computer deployment.
- Three wireless networks heading our way: misleading survey clouds the WAP picture. Schwartz, Ephraim // InfoWorld;12/18/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 51, p61
Deals with issues and news surrounding the telecommunication industry in the United States. Telecommunication offerings of SwiftComm, iBurst and Ricochet wireless networks; Problem with conclusion reached by a study on the usability of Wireless Application Protocol-enabled cell phones.
- Wireless portals start to live up to hype. Dano, Mike // RCR Wireless News;7/21/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 29, p1
Focuses on the relaunch of wireless data portals in 2003. Services of the Live! wireless data portal from Vodafone; Inclusion of the Wireless Application Protocol function in wireless data portals; Market competitors.
- The Promise And Pitfalls Of Wireless Local Number Portability. Dilallo, Kevin // Business Communications Review;Sep2003, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p52
Focuses on the importance of wireless local number portability (LNP) on wireless subscribers in the U.S. Delay in the application of the LNP rules; Recognition of the potential consumer benefits of wireless LNP; Step that enterprise wireless customers can take. INSET: The BCR Business Review.
- Time to Think Hard About Interoperability. Worthman, Ernest // Wireless Design & Development;Jan2004, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p6
Advocates the implementation of universal interoperability in wireless technology. Comparison between the ZigBee wireless protocol and other interconnect standards; Capabilities of the WiFree wireless protocol; Benefits from interoperability.
- Wireless Session Protocol. // Network Dictionary;2007, p531
A reference entry for "Wireless Session Protocol" (WSP) is presented. It is a protocol in the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) suite, which provides the Wireless Application Environment a consistent interface with two services, namely, connection-oriented service to operate above the...
- WAP Forum: Turning Up The Heat With Data. Smith, Brad // Wireless Week;01/03/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p7
Deals with the WAP Forum, an organization of telecommunication companies in the United States who adopted the Internet-the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). Role of Unwired Planet Inc. in the application of the wireless Internet technology; Cause of the confusion on the rollout of WAP; How...