proprietary protocol


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proprietary protocol

A non-standard communications format and language owned by a single organization or individual. See protocol.
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New network controllers with one RS-485 open protocol BACnet port and one RS-485 proprietary protocol port were installed throughout the buildings.
Its VeriFIX solution is the industry's leading automated testing tool for both FIX and proprietary protocols. Saxo Bank increased the scope and quality of its automated testing environment with functional and regression testing, thereby reducing costs by minimizing errors and accelerating time to market.
Eric Holland, Lighting Science's vice president of electrical engineering told <em>CNN </em>that this would allow developers to write apps for any appliance without being concerned about the proprietary protocol.
The platform also leverages a new proprietary protocol for efficient and cost-effective targeting of 10s to 100s of amplicons, allowing CE users to complete their projects in a fraction of the time at significant cost savings.
Proposed modification uses Block ciphering chained with CBC scheme and proprietary protocol with floating header position.
Most of these devices support their own proprietary protocol and such protocols are rigid to implement in a remote telemetry system and even harder to manage from a SCADA perspective.
The test will utilize Rosetta Genomics' proprietary protocol to extract microRNAs from a simple blood draw.
The current standard--Project 25--is aimed at ensuring that various models of proprietary protocol equipment mesh.
Most software vendors often communicate distributed components within a system via a proprietary protocol, and the protocol is usually connection-oriented.
DELIGIO is a multi-purpose chip that provides proprietary protocol for wireless solutions,
Some older proprietary IP SAN solutions remain on the market, but they are not getting much air time--in fact, the vendors are retrofitting them with iSCSI and are eagerly claiming those installations as iSCSI market share, downplaying the original proprietary protocol.
The Firmware Hub protocol (FWH) is an Intel proprietary protocol derived from the LPC specification.