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Engineering Web technologies for embedded applications

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Agranat, I.D. ; Agranat Syst. Inc., USA

The founder of Agranat Systems examines the design issues involved in engineering effective Web technologies for embedded systems. Small embedded TCP/IP stacks and Web server software now make it possible to manufacture reliable, inexpensive Web-enabled devices across many industries and markets. Embedded systems require Web servers that are designed to minimize memory footprint and avoid interference with mission-critical and real-time applications. To guarantee a reliable user interface with minimal impact on system performance, the server software should utilize the latest HTTP 1.1 standards from the Internet Engineering Task Force. It won't be long before intelligent devices worldwide will be nodes on a network and managed from Web browsers

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 3 )