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  • Platform-Independent Software Enables True Interoperability in Zigbee Networks
    The need for a new wireless network technology designed to meet the unique requirements of sensors and control devices led to the development of ZigBee. Standards such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi were unsuitable for low-power applications because they deal with complex and power-hungry radio frequency
  • Bruno Independent Liiving Aids Improves Work Processes With FFD'S LockStep & Sequence Software
    Bruno Independent Living Aids is a leading global manufacturer of personal mobility device transportation equipment. Since 1984, the company has become the industry standard for unwavering quality workmanship. This article describes Bruno's approach to quality and workmanship improvement utilizing
  • Implementing a Processor-independent, Battery-Powered Wireless Mesh Network
    In many cases, it is required to add wireless capability to existing embedded systems. Often, in order to minimize costs, it is necessary to run the wireless software stack (and associated applications) on the same processor that drives the main system. This can cause problems with conventional
  • Software helps build a 222-mph stock car
    , and stock nose. The vehicle sports a rectangular tube suspension, independent double-A arm front suspension, and speedway 10 3 15-in. radial tires. Bellevue, Wash., set the world stock-car speed record in July by hitting 222.623 mph in a NASCAR Daytona Series Ford Taurus on the Bonneville Salt Flats
  • Software Review: Online Portal Tracks Plastic Injection-Molded Parts
    As an independent design firm working for medical and electronics companies, we develop all kinds of products. In the past, these have included an industrial thermometer, equipment for a coating process, and a specialized remote control for TV-editing stations. In our work, we often use
  • Mastering Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2007
    Mastering Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2007. Going beyond independent tools and commands to creating professional-quality building design projects using Autodesk Architectural Desktop, this up-to-date guide instills confidence and comfort in usage of the software as a tool to create architecture.
  • Preface
    for Professional Development;. the ISA Series of Modules for Specific Industries; and. the ISA Series of Modules on Software-Associated Topics. The principal components of the Series are the individual ILMs (or Modules) such as this one. They are especially designed for independent self-study; no other text
  • Introduction
    Chapter 5, but are independent from each other. Chapter 12 builds on Chapter 11. Chapter 13 depends on Chapter 8, and Chapter 14 depends on Chapter 13. Finally, Chapter 15 builds on Chapter 3. This structure can be used to customize a course based on this book. A note on notation. Three dots between

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  • Microsoft, Antitrust and the New Economy: Selected Essays
    “For example,�? the court noted, “the bundling of a browser with OSs enables an independent software vendor to count on the presence of the browser’s APIs, if any, on consumers’ machines and thus to omit them from its own package.�?12...
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    Top 10 independent software vendors worldwide, 1993 .
  • Pro SQL Server Internals
    For example, independent software vendors (ISV), who are deploying their products to different customers, can adjust the number of database files during the deployment stage based on the underlying I/O configuration and the expected amount of data.
  • E-Life: Web-Enabled Convergence of Commerce, Work, and Social Life
    The Impact of Cloud Services on Independent Software Vendors : Should We Step into Cloud? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Vertical Software Industry Evolution
    Chapter “Vertical Integration due to Small Market Size and High Product Development and Integration Costs�? compares the costs of in-house software development against the costs of acquiring and integrating software provided by an independent software vendor .
  • An Economic Model to Study Dependencies between Independent Software Vendors and Application Service Providers
    An Economic Model to Study Dependencies between Independent Software Vendors and Application Service Providers .
  • Building the Infrastructure for Cloud Security
    Additionally, the chapter covers one commercial implementation of the attestation solution authored by Intel and security management independent software vendors , code-named Mt. Wilson.
  • Windows Azure Platform
    Service Providers ....................................................................................................12 Software Vendors....................................................................................................12 Independent Software Vendors ...............................................................................13 Enablers ..................................................................................................................13 Businesses ..............................................................................................................13 Cloud Services Drivers and Barriers................................................................................13 Security...................................................................................................................14 Total Cost of Ownership ..........................................................................................15 Control.....................................................................................................................15 Culture.....................................................................................................................16 Competition.............................................................................................................16 Time to Market........................................................................................................16 Reliability.................................................................................................................16 Service Level Agreement...