The adaptive security appliance delivers unprecedented levels of defense against threats to the network
with deeper web inspection and flow-specific analysis, improved secure connectivity via end-point
security posture validation, and voice and video over VPN support. It also provides enhanced support
for intelligent information networks through improved network integration, resiliency, and scalability.
The adaptive security appliance software combines firewall, VPN concentrator, and intrusion prevention
software functionality into one software image.
Decision support systems (DSS) have evolved over the past four decades from
theoretical concepts into real world computerized applications. DSS architecture contains
three key components: a knowledge base, a computerized model, and a user interface. DSS
simulate cognitive decision-making functions of humans based on artificial intelligence
methodologies (including expert systems, data mining, machine learning, connectionism,
logistical reasoning, etc.) in order to perform decision support functions.
This manual provides a complete overview of the procedures involved in configuring hardware and communication connections with the STEP 7 software. It is designed to support you when depicting the hardware configuration in the form of a STEP 7 project and describes how to establish data exchange between automation systems. The manual is intended for people who are involved in carrying out control tasks using STEP 7 and SIMATIC S7 automation systems. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the examples in the manual "Working with STEP 7 V5.3, Getting Started.
Understanding the current state of your storage infrastructure—what capacity you have,
where it is located, who is using it, who is paying for it, how efficiently it is being used, and
how well it is meeting SLAs—is fundamental to intelligently planning, provisioning, and
managing storage. Buying and deploying storage as it is often done on a per-project basis—
based on loose estimates of immediate and future required capacity, application
requirements, and response times—typically results in over-purchasing of hardware and
poor allocation of resources.
The Verilog hardware description language (HDL) provides the ability to
describe digital and analog systems. This ability spans the range from
descriptions that express conceptual and architectural design to detailed
descriptions of implementations in gates and transistors. Verilog was
developed originally at Gateway Design Automation Corporation during the
mid-eighties. Tools to verify designs expressed in Verilog were implemented
at the same time and marketed. Now Verilog is an open standard of IEEE
with the number 1364.
In addition to the hardware features, the DE2 have software support for standard I / O interface and a base panel to access the various components. In addition, software is provided for a number of demonstrations that illustrate the advanced capabilities of the DE2 board. To use the DE2 board, users must be familiar with the Quartus II software.
The number of applications for RFID systems has increased each year and various
research directions have been developed to improve the performance of these systems.
Therefore IN-TECH publisher has decided to continue the series of books dedicated to the
latest results of research in the RFID field and launch a new book, entitled “Radio Frequency
Identification Fundamentals and Applications, Design Methods and Solutions”, which
could support the further development of RFID.
Building Embedded Linux Systems shows you how to design and build your own embedded systems
using Linux® as the kernel and freely available open source tools as the framework. Written by an active
member of the open source community, the book is structured to gradually introduce readers to the
intricacies of embedded Linux, with detailed information and examples in each chapter that culminate in
describing how Linux is actually put on an embedded device.
A complete & modern embedded operating
o A cutting-edge mobile user experience
o A world-class software stack for building
o An open platform for developers, users &
industry 6. Why Android Was
Full phone software stack including applications.
Designed as a platform for software development.
Android is open.
Android is free.
100% Java Phone.
Internetworks come in a variety of topologies and levels of complexity—from single-protocol,
point-to-point links connecting cross-town campuses, to highly meshed, large-scale wide-area
networks (WANs) traversing multiple time zones and international boundaries. The industry trend is
toward increasingly complex environments, involving multiple media types, multiple protocols, and
often interconnection to “unknown” networks. Unknown networks may be defined as a transit
network belonging to a Internet service provider (ISP) or a telco that interconnects your private
Nowadays it is difficult to imagine an area of knowledge that can continue developing
without the use of computers and informatics. It is not different with biology, that has
seen an unpredictable growth in recent decades, with the rise of a new discipline,
bioinformatics, bringing together molecular biology, biotechnology and information
This paper looks at the latest trends in the market with respect to core system replacement and outlines Microsoft’s strategy for larger banks that are considering a service-oriented architecture (SOA)–based approach to migrating their legacy core systems from mainframe and midrange platforms to a new generation of commodity hardware platforms that run the Windows Server® operating systemand that are capable of supporting the largest core banking operations.
The two different types of Linux kernel are:
A monolithic kernel is one which has support for all hardware, network, and filesystem
compiled into a single image file.
A modular kernel is one which has some drivers compiled as object files, which the kernel can load
and remove on demand. Loadable modules are kept in /lib/modules.
The advantage of a modular kernel is that it doesn’t always need to be recompiled when hardware is added
or replaced on the system.
Identify the advantages of using the NetWare network operating system
Describe NetWare’s server hardware requirements
Understand NetWare’s file system and directory structure
Plan for and perform a simple NetWare server installation
Explain how NetWare supports multiple clients and integrates with other network operating systems
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Know the functions and features of BTS
Master the BTS hardware structure
Master the cable connection of BTS
Double Transceiver Unit (DTRU). A single cabinet can support up to 12 carriers. It can smoothly evolve into WCDMA
Transmit diversity, 4-receive diversity
Support Power Boost Technology (PBT)
BTS3012 can share cabinet with WCDMA base station. The module of WCDMA base station can be inserted in the BTS3012 cabinet
Support networking topology includes star, tree, chain and ring
Support A5/1 and A5/2 encryption/decryption
Support GPRS and EDGE
Support dynamic and static power control
Support the omni-directional coverage and directional coverage
Readers will find several papers that address high-level issues in the use of technology in education, for example architecture and design frameworks for building online education materials or tools. Several other chapters report novel approaches to intelligent tutors or adaptive systems in educational settings. A number of chapters consider many roles for social computing in education, from simple computer-mediated communication support to more extensive community-building frameworks and tools.
NetWare 6 is a reliable, highly-scalable version of NetWare which takes
advantage of high-powered Multi-Processor (MP) server hardware by
MP-enabling the complete packet transfer from the wire to the storage media.
This AppNote provides background information about NetWare 6’s MP
functionality and explains how MP-enabled programs run on NetWare 6. It details
the MP-related improvements made in NetWare 6 and discusses development
opportunities for the new OS.
After determining the measurement needs of your test system, you can begin architecting your
hardware framework. Many test engineers jump straight into matching their measurement needs to
instruments available on the market. A better approach is to first pinpoint a suitable test platform that
can serve as the core or nucleus of your test system. You can choose from many platforms, most of
which are based on one of the four most commonly used instrument backplanes/buses –PXI, GPIB, USB,