evernet

evernet

(ˈɛvəˌnɛt)
n
(Communications & Information) a hypothetical form of internet that is continuously accessible using a wide variety of devices
[C20: from ever + (inter)net]
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"A profound change to the Internet is underway, and we are thrilled to have the support of Hummer Winblad as 6connect helps usher in the always-on Evernet," said Richard Donaldson, CEO at 6connect.
With a little practice and some buy-in from your peers, you, too, can create directives like, "You're not going to impress the alpha pups with Barneyware, so if you want BDNs, stop boiling the ocean and get out there and develop the killer app for the Evernet." (A dictionary for translating any of the terms, as well as winning PR releases, can be found at www.buzzwhack.com.)
Fully "pocket portable," the i-mode phone remains constantly connected to the Internet (or "Evernet"), eliminating the need for a separate dial-up ISP.
THE internet may soon be replaced by a new buzzword: Evernet.
To solve this problem, the College of Dupage turned to Evernet Systems Inc., a network systems integrator in Los Angeles, Calif.
Evernet designed the network topology of the Seaton Computing Center--more than seven miles of cabling--keeping the CAD Lab in mind.
Evernet's network design links all of these components to four interconnected NetWare file servers (80386-based computers running at 33-Mhz), which are located in a separate room.