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seem

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  • be clear
  • be obvious
  • be evident
  • look (like or as if)
  • be apparent
  • be plain
  • be manifest
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look (like or as if)

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  • look (like or as if)
  • seem
  • occur
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  • come across as
  • strike you as

come into being

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perform

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to come into view

to begin to appear or develop

to have the appearance of

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Appear Networks has integrated the Cisco Wireless Location Appliance of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network with its own wireless communication platform, Appear IQ, to create an Integrated Location Services Solution that understands who the end users are, where they are and what device they are using at any given time.
The funding will allow Appear to strengthen its European market leadership position, expand into the US market and continue its aggressive product development," Appear Networks said.
Xavier Aubry, CEO of Appear Networks, commenting on the benefits of the partnership said, "The GIVP Program has been without a doubt a business accelerator for us.
Wireless application platform provider Appear Networks has released the most recent version of its Appear Provisioning Server.
Carlson has extensive experience selling technology solutions and services and has worked in a variety of managerial roles for leading companies including OPNET, Optinuity, Appear Networks and Visual Networks.
What: Cisco(R) and Appear Networks to present how wireless location services can help locate, manage and secure Wi-Fi connected resources and active RFID tags to help secure RF environments, enhance WLAN management, improve business performance and reduce operational costs.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Cisco Systems and Appear Networks Solution Allows Delivery of Targeted Applications to Personal Devices from 'Context-Aware' Mobile Networks