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By 2006 we will be carrying a networked set of computers, as our cellular phones, PDAs and laptops intercommunicate over Infrared Data Associations (IrDA), Bluetooth and WiFi wireless LANs," said John Girard, vice president, research director, Gartner.
Prior to Business Objects, these indicators were based on the analysis of a wide range of data distributed on different systems and applications that often had their own embedded reporting solution and did not intercommunicate, making reporting an isolated process.
One of the cornerstone VCSY technologies is VCSY's Emily(TM), a powerful interpreter, offering a multi-platform scripting language to intercommunicate with HTML, XML or HTTP data and SMTP, SYSLOG and SQL databases.
The Bluetooth(TM) standard is a computing and telecommunications industry specification that describes how mobile phones, computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and virtually every electronic device can easily intercommunicate using short-range wireless connections.
David Wheeler, InfoGlide founder and CTO stated, "We allow companies to intercommunicate without having to change data and without having to conform to consortia 'standards'.
We now find this trend making its next logical push into the back-end where these very high-speed networking cards need to intercommunicate.
Connectivity is key in the consumer communications marketplace, and 1394 is at the forefront of computer/home electronic convergence, enabling game stations, set-top boxes, digital audio/video equipment, computer peripherals and home networking systems to intercommunicate," said Jeff Wolf, vice president of marketing, LSI Logic's Consumer Products Division.
com), a programming language that enables the creation of Web sites that use the XML standard and intercommunicate via XML and HTTP.
Event Orchestrator: Event Orchestrator is the "Active" ingredient that allows both Network Associates and its partners to intercommunicate between products.
Running as a cartridge on Oracle's Network Computing Architecture (NCA), ZipLock will intercommunicate with other NCA cartridges, such as those from CyberCash and Taxware, to provide a robust, end-to-end electronic commerce solution incorporating "secure container" cyberpackaging, point-of-sale marketing, customer registration and survey, payment, and overall transaction
In addition, MFS Datanet's High-speed Local Area Network Interconnect services (HLI), a range of services allowing personal computer networks to intercommunicate, will now be offered on an international basis.