ENTER THE 'HEADLESS GATEWAY'
- Mixing it up. Taaffe, Joanne // Total Telecom Magazine;Mar2008, p15
The article reports on the attempts of telecommunications firm Orange to shape the future of home networking and television markets. In throwing the weight of its set-top box and Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) customer base behind a new home networking middleware company, called Soft at...
- IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF A NAT-GATEWAY FOR THE GENERAL INTERNET SIGNALING TRANSPORT PROTOCOL. Bless, Roland; Röhricht, Martin // Scalable Computing: Practice & Experience;2010, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p329
The IETF's Next Steps in Signaling (NSIS) framework provides an up-to-date signaling protocol suite that can be used to dynamically install, maintain, and manipulate state in network nodes. In its two-layered architecture, the General Internet Signaling Transport (GIST) protocol is responsible...
- The Time digital dictionary. Reed, J.D. // Time International (South Pacific Edition);5/18/1998, Issue 20, Time digital p23
Presents definitions or descriptions of words beginning with the letter `J' that are used as jargon in the computer industry. Jaggies; Join; Jumper; Justification; Job; Joystick; JPEG.
- Glossary. // Barbados;2004, p54
A glossary of jargons related to Barbados is presented.
- B.C. turns 150. Willis, Anita // British Columbia Magazine;Summer2008, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p4
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including a photo essay documenting the development of British Columbia from 1858 to 2008 and an account of Chinook jargon by Frances Backhouse.
- Hot bratwurst action. // Spy Magazine;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p72
Cites naughty words and their equivalent in German.
- A Hollywood lexicon. Freeman, David // New Yorker;10/25/93, Vol. 69 Issue 35, p132
Features explanations of some Hollywood jargon. `Golden retriever'; `E ticket'; `For a price'; `Rites or sprites'; More.
- Fad words. Hart, Jack // Editor & Publisher;5/11/96, Vol. 129 Issue 19, p5
Identifies some of the so-called fad words and phrases that are being used by newspaper writers. Includes `journaling'; `No-brainer'; Use of `access' as a verb; `Venue'; `Buzz.'
- Glossary. // India Today;9/14/2015, p1
A glossary of jargon related to India is presented.