stackware

stackware

A HyperCard application that is made up of a HyperCard stack (data) and HyperTalk programming.
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com/ ) is a wireless multimedia systems and solutions company that provides standards-based modules, chips and protocol stackware for use in consumer electronic products and applications.
a wholly owned subsidiary of Solectron Corporation's technology solutions business unit (NYSE:SLR) and a leader in embedded computing, has introduced StackWare, a telecommunications software solution to enable communications OEMs ease of integration for advanced telecom products.
Using the StackWare protocol package with the Force PMC/860 telecom controller hardware provides a software interface for easy configuration and delivers a performance- and standards-tested solution for faster time-to-market.
Said Mathias Renner, product manager for Force Computers, "With the launch of the StackWare package, Force Computers extends its telecommunications integration expertise to the lower layer software in support of its hardware I/O products.
The StackWare package offers OEMs an off-the-shelf solution for Message Transfer Protocol-Layer 2 (MTP-2), Link Access Protocol for the D channel (LAPD) and Frame Relay that supports applications for wireless infrastructure, intelligent networks and voice/data network convergence.
Products will have to be torn apart and rebuilt; pricing and marketing decisions need to be reconsidered; a now class of authors (like HyperCard stackware developers) will have to learn how to shape raw information into more useful forms.
Appairent is a provider of standards-based wireless modules, chips and protocol stackware.
Appairent Technologies is a provider of standards-based wireless modules, chips and protocol stackware designed for use in consumer electronic products and applications.
PCI Mezzanine Card Fully Supported by Force's StackWare Telecom
The PMC-8260 with StackWare protocols allows easy migration for wireless infrastructure applications, such as BSC, BTS, SGSN or 3G/UMTS, that currently run on Force's PMC/860," said Mathias Renner, product manager for Force Computers.
By basing StackWare on our industry-standard MTP-2 software, Force could make this seamless migration possible.
Used in conjunction with the StackWare MTP-2/SS7, Frame Relay and LAPD protocols, the PMC-8260 line of telecom controllers supports numerous applications, including wireless infrastructure, data/voice network convergence, intelligent networking and data communications.