wireless application protocol


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wireless application protocol

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(Computer Science) a global application that enables mobile-phone users to access the internet and other information services. Usually abbreviated to: WAP
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JP Mobile offers a comprehensive server-based solution, SureWave(R) Enterprise Server (SureWave), which enables secure access to enterprise business applications, e-mail, and the full range of personal information management (PIM) data on handheld devices, including those utilizing Palm, Windows Mobile, RIM or Symbian device, as well as any Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)-capable device, on any wireless network to address the needs of their mobile workforce.
It is designed for use within a wide variety of mobile applications, such as wireless application protocol (WAP) browsers, MP3 players, games, micro-payments, virtual private networks (VPNs), secure booting and secure storage on mobile handsets.
With SureWave, organizations can choose any Palm, Windows Mobile, RIM or Symbian device, as well as any Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)-capable device, on any wireless network to address the needs of their mobile workforce.
8 adds support for mobile devices using the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), the Wireless Markup Language (WML) and XHTML, plus Pocket PC technology.

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