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ETI

(Embed The Internet) An earlier consortium that was devoted to putting Web servers into microcontrollers used in embedded systems. Using a Web server enables access to the device via any Web browser. See Web server and microcontroller.
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It's a revolutionary approach that, as far as I can see, is the most viable way to embed the Internet at consumer price points.
Board-level Device Servers come as small as a book of matches, allowing users to embed the Internet into nearly any device regardless of size.
amp;uot;As a leader in the movement to embed the Internet in everyday things, it is important that we support Java, both running the byte code and providing a development environment for designers.
announced today that it has joined the Embed The Internet (ETI) Alliance and has ported ETI founder emWare's EMIT device-networking software solution to ZiLOG's Z8(TM) microcontroller product family.
We welcome ZiLOG to the Embed The Internet Alliance, bringing the total number of MCU manufacturers in the ETI Alliance to 10.
the leading provider of device networking software for e-smart(TM) devices, and members of the Embed The Internet (ETI) Alliance, will present a two-day "Embed The Internet" Workshop, Oct.
Held in conjunction with Fall Internet World in New York City, the Embed The Internet Workshop will address the tools and solutions available today for networking and extending the Internet to intelligent electronic devices.
In an additional effort to provide comprehensive Internet capabilities to its customers, Mitsubishi has joined the Embed The Internet (ETI) Alliance.
We are excited to have Mitsubishi join the Embed The Internet Alliance and demonstrate their commitment to Internet-enabling their M16C family of microcontrollers," said Michael D.
The addition of the emStore gives users easy access to products and information from emWare and other Embed The Internet companies, who are committed to leveraging appropriate existing Internet standards to deliver access for embedded devices through any network with any application.
Additional hardware and software products, most notably those from Embed The Internet member companies, will be added to the Web site soon.