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19 Jan 2004
#11973
Khronos Group Ratifies OpenGL ES 1.0 Adopter's Package
Gives Graphics Market Tool for Rapid Evaluation, Deployment of OpenGL API

Members of the Khronos Group have ratified the OpenGL ES 1.0 Adopter's Package and Conformance Testing Program, making it available to users who require rapid evaluation, deployment and acceptance of the OpenGL ES API in embedded markets that employ state-of-the-art 3-D graphics.
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19 Jan 2004
#12030
Auto-ID Technology Basics
The Components and Infrastructure

Auto-ID technology is a product identification system based on low-cost smart tags and readers and a unique object identification scheme. Auto-ID can give enterprises a real-time view of their assets and inventories throughout the supply chain.
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    19 Jan 2004
    #12031
    Sun EPC Initiative Provides Services, Software and Hardware
    Complete Package Provides Operational Efficiencies and Brand Protection

    The Sun Electronic Product Code (EPC) Initiative offers services, software and hardware -- a complete package -- that distinguish it from other solutions for EPC applications and for the EPC Network. The package includes Savant software, a federated service architecture that enables dynamic provisioning of software components at run time; the Sun ONE Integration Server, which acts as middleware between Savant and other applications requiring Savant data; and, of course, the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS), along with the Linux OS.
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    19 Jan 2004
    #12039
    Sun Labs Offers the Brazil Project
    Using Existing Standards and Protocol to Link People Securely to Web Content

    The Brazil Project is a Web-based infrastructure that links people securely to information, computers and other devices leveraging existing standards and protocols.
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