message exchange


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message exchange

[′mes·ij iks‚chānj]
(computer science)
A device which acts as a buffer between a communication line and a computer and carries out communication functions.
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Telestax[R], the Restcomm(TM) company, has announced availability of RestcommONE Message Exchange targeted at professionals needing to communicate, by standard SMS text, with business constituents residing outside of the Broadworks UC-One platform, the company said.
And the sensor node mobility is found by the message exchange between the two nodes, the ordinary node and the reference node.
Bangalore, India, April 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- EXILANT Technologies Private Limited announced today that it has filed multiple patent applications that cover security aspects in a Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) based message exchange.
The contract is part of the Smart Users programme, in particular an ICT project named Systeemorchestratie & Transactiebeheer with its main aim being to realise MIG6 message exchange between the back office systems of Eandis, Indexis and Atrias.
24 ( ANI ): A pamphlet released by a religious group, aimed at the iPhone generation to find some time for God, making it look as if the Saviour himself is texting them, has apparently backfired due to the unclear manner in which the message exchange has been depicted.
They, however, unrealistically assumed that Doppler effect is consistently happening during message exchange. Moreover, they did not consider angles between transmitter and receiver, which strongly affect the frequency shift measurements.
But the FM may have attracted more Western attention with his new Twitter account, using it to wish Jews a happy new year and even have a friendly message exchange with a daughter of Representative Nancy Pelosi of California, the House Democratic leader, in which he appeared to dismiss Iran's previous hard-line administration as history.
Message exchange uses an X.400 message transfer agent and P7 connector.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 9, 2007 - (JCN) - IIJ, trading as Internet Initiative Japan, announced April 9 a joint venture agreement with US-based GDX Network, Inc., a 100% owned subsidiary of Denver-based MX Logic, Inc., to form GDX Japan, K.K., which will provide a new-generation message exchange network service.
Mobile 365 invested $15 million into building the APEX (Application + Personal message EXchange) network, creating a single infrastructure capable of dependable data delivery and monetization worldwide, supporting the converging mobile and IP standards and technology of the future, including IMS and SIP.
The contract also includes a telephony solution, which involves wireless telephony, a message exchange with calling system functions and patient signal systems, patient terminal programmes and TV distribution over IP.
The project will also allow for testing and enhancing emerging security data-sharing standards including the Intrusion Detection Message Exchange Format and the Intrusion Detection Message Exchange Format both of which have been submitted as standards to the Internet Engineering Task Force.

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