JetSend

JetSend

A technology from HP that provides direct communications between network devices, such as cameras, scanners and printers, that is independent of any servers or applications. JetSend uses IP addressing over the Internet or an intranet.
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In addition to IPP, NetSend products also support Hewlett- Packard's JetSend protocol and TROY XCD's proprietary PrintraNet protocol for Internet printing.
The new product, which is the latest version of the company's Pagis Pro digital imaging software, incorporates Hewlett-Packard Co's JetSend device-to-device communications technology, enabling users to share documents and photos wirelessly with other users of JetSend-enabled devices.
have launched JetSend Development Center (JDC) to integrate JetSend communications protocol into their products.
JetSend is a no-server, no-code, and no-drivers protocol for connecting arbitrary display or hardcopy devices.
E-speak, on the other hand, could also be applicable at the device layer, although HP is positioning a combination of its Chai real-time Java and JetSend negotiation protocol as its full-blown alternative to Jini.
HP JetSend technology -- enables network devices to communicate with each other and exchange information without having to go through a PC or server and without user intervention.
TI TROY/HP TO INTEGRATE BLUTOOTH WIRELESS STANDARD INTO JETSEND >TX TROY Group, Inc.
After capture a page processing function recreates the document, making it ready to be sent via infrared using HP's new JetSend communications technology, to a printer or a smart wireless handheld device, or to a PC for e-mail or e-faxing.
Although it wasn't very visible at the launch of Sun Microsystems Inc's Jini technology in San Francisco yesterday, representatives from Hewlett-Packard Co's printer division were said to be present, and Sun executives were careful to namedrop HP's JetSend protocol a number of times as a "complementary" product.
In addition to IPP, NetSend products also support Hewlett-Packard's JetSend protocol and TROY XCD's proprietary PrintraNet protocol for Internet printing.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-(C) 1994-9 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Hewlett-Packard has introduced the JetSend protocol, a device- to-device communications technology that enables devices to exchange information intelligently without user intervention and is expected to be integrated into several information appliances, such as PCs, printers, scanners and digital cameras.
He has been attributed with advances in computer architectures which are at the core of HP's collaboration with Intel Corp on the IA-64 architecture, and has also contributed to technologies relating to inkjet printing, information appliances, blue lasers and LEDs, the OpenView network management product line and HP's JetSend software.