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 MaxView Aperia Graphical User Interface
The Aperia user interface is the graphical portal into the MaxView network control system.
Give users permission to perform specific activities, including operating network equipment, editing screens or adding new equipment.
Also, with intuitive point-and-click navigation and control functionality, MaxView Aperia gives you complete freedom to graphically depict the network as each user needs to view it. /maxviewaperia.html   (325 words)

 MsiListener Utility Provides a Way to Listen to Network Signals
The utility will route the timeslot of the network interface and MSI/SC station device in Simplex mode or Duplex mode, so that the user can listen to the signals received from the network interface.
It can also help the user connect a MSI/SC station device to the network interface in Duplex mode, so that the user can talk to the party who has made the call through the network interface.
Among the above the voice resource is not network interface device, but this utility can be used to listen to signals from voice resource. /telecom/support/tnotes/tnbyos/winnt/tn374.htm   (292 words)

 NID - Network Interface Device, New Interactive Display, Next IDentifier
Network Interface Device: A device that terminates copper pair from the serving central office at the user's destination and which is typically located outside that location.
(Network Interface Device) Electronic device that connects the telephone line to the local loop.
Network Interface Device is not the only word formed from NID. /acronym/NID.asp   (369 words)

 AT&T Labs Research - Patents
A network interface device that allows a user to simultaneously receive/send a plurality of calls from/to a telecommunications network by multiplexing/demultiplexing the calls on a single telephone line.
The network interface device allows for the provisioning of an extra line on demand to the user for incoming and outgoing purposes.
The network interface device further selectively connects the calls with a plurality of devices in accordance with each devices availability and the stored preferences of the party receiving the call. /info/Patents/6263063   (243 words)

 Business Wire: Sierra Wireless Announces First Cellular Network Interface Card for Notebook PCs; The AirCard 300 for Windows Changes the Way Notebook PC Users Make Wireless Connections
Its industry-first network interface for notebooks allows the user to leave the AirCard 300 plugged in and automatically connect to the cellular data packet network on powering up or following suspend-and-resume.
The AirCard 300 for Windows is the industry's first cellular network interface card.
This unique feature means that the PC Card operates as a network adapter, not a modem. /cf_dls/m0EIN/1999_June_21/54937451/p1/article.jhtml   (243 words)

 User interface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Telephone user interfaces, which accept input and provide output by generating telephone voice which are transported via the telephone network and heard by the user using a telephone.
Batch interfaces are non-interactive user interfaces, where the user specifies all the details of the batch job in advance to batch processing, and receives the output when all the processing is done.
Gesture interfaces are graphical user interfaces which accept input in a form of hand gestures, or mouse gestures sketched with a computer mouse or a stylus. /wiki/User_interface   (1334 words)

 Network card - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whereas network cards used to be expansion cards to plug into a computer bus, most newer computers have a network interface built into the motherboard, so a separate network card is not required unless multiple interfaces are needed or some other type of network is used.
A network card typically has a twisted pair, BNC, or AUI socket where the network cable is connected, and a few LEDs to inform the user of whether the network is active, and whether or not there is data being transmitted on it.
A network card (also called network adapter, network interface card, NIC, etc.) is a piece of computer hardware designed to provide for computer communication over a computer network. /wiki/Network_card   (237 words)

 Chapter 3: Hardware
Network interface cards are a major factor in determining the speed and performance of a network.
Networking hardware includes all computers, peripherals, interface cards and other equipment needed to perform data-processing and communications within the network.
It is a very fast computer with a large amount of RAM and storage space, along with a fast network interface card. /network/chap3/chap3.htm   (1271 words)

 Network interface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The network card on a computer is sometimes casually called network interface.
The point of interconnection between a user terminal and a private or public network.
In telecommunication and computer communication, the term network interface has the following meanings: /wiki/Network_interface   (112 words)

 USB ENET Network Interface Card (3Com-3C19250) -
The 3Com USB Network Interface comes complete with a USB cable, which plugs into the USB port at the back of your PC, laptop, or notebook; and an RJ-45 socket to attach a standard UTP or STP cable for a 10BASE-T Ethernet connection.
Although the USB Network Interface is an external device, you won’t have to rearrange your desktop to make it fit--it’s extremely compact.
Description: The 3Com USB Network Interface is an out-of-the-box network connection solution that takes advantage of the new USB (Universal Serial Bus) on PCs. /search_getprod.php?masterid=4524   (303 words)

 Cheops Network User Interface
Cheops is an Open Source Network User Interface.
It is designed to be the network equivalent of a swiss-army knife, unifying your network utilities.
While cheops currently explores and provides easy access to network resources, it should be expanded to provide monitoring functionality as well. /cheops   (551 words)

 Graphical user interface - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Designing suitable interfaces for handheld devices, such as PDA applications and their smartphone cousins, has been a major challenge for user interface designers, and some of the more successful diverge considerably from desktop computer designs.
A graphical user interface (or GUI, pronounced "gooey") is a method of interacting with a computer through a metaphor of direct manipulation of graphical images and widgets in addition to text.
The GUI is generally contrasted with the command line interface (CLI), an earlier, text-only interface that required the user to type in commands or text strings to cause the computer to take some action. /graphical_user_interface.htm   (1188 words)

 User Interface Text
User interface text in your application is text that appears on screen in both primary windows and secondary windows, such as dialog boxes, property sheets, wizards, message boxes, or controls.
Whenever you use an ellipsis to abbreviate interface text, try to display as much information as possible to still enable the user to identify the item.
For example, text in a program intended for novice users should be different from text in a program designed for network administrators. /library/en-us/dnwue/html/ch14d.asp?frame=true   (1188 words)

 Tangible User Interface Prototypes
When a user wants to transfer data from his computer to others’, he might need to know the network address of the target computer, even if he can physically identify that computer.
When a user taps an object (typically an icon) on the screen with the pen, the pen manager binds its object ID to the pen ID. This binding represents a situation in which the pen virtually holds the object (even though the pen itself does not contain any storage).
The user's situation will be automatically recognized by applying a range of recognition methods, allowing the computer to assist the user without having to be directly instructed by the user. /~butz/teaching/ie-ss03/papers/Rekimoto   (1188 words)

 Qwest Wholesale
Network Interface Device (NID) is a physical device that is used for the interconnection of Inside Wire (IW) not owned or controlled by Qwest to Qwest's distribution network.
Operational characteristics and available Interfaces are specified in Technical Publication, Interconnection - Unbundled Loop, 77384 and Design requirements are specified in Technical Publication, Unbundled Network Combinations Including Enhanced Extend Loop (EEL) and Loop Mux Combinations (LMS), 77403.
Technical characteristics, including Network Channel/Network Channel Interface (NC/NCI™) codes are described in Technical Publication, Enhanced Extended Loop, 77403. /wholesale/pcat/nid.html   (3061 words)

 TAI8590 1-Wire Text User Interface
Based on the Dallas Semiconductor DS2408 the TAI8590 1-Wire Text User Interface allow you to connect a LCD Character display to your 1-Wire network and recieve messages from the host system.
Also included in the module is the capability to connect push buttons to allow you to interact with the host program on your system. /aag/en-us/p_30.html   (3061 words)

 Gtk+ Magic
I was inspired by the famous Amiga toolkit MUI (Magic User Interface) written by Stefan Stuntz (great work!).
Users should be allowed to comfortably adapt their desktop environment to their needs, step-by-step, in an evolutionary process.
Presets are identified by a specific user- and application-context and hold properties for this context. /~dadler/gtkmagic   (3061 words)

MAGic reads the information aloud as users type it-either character-by-character or word-by-word, or they can move the mouse over existing text and hear it.
Network MAGic gives you the opportunity to access MAGic throughout a networked computer environment in your workplace, school, or even at home.
With the speech option, MAGic 8.0 gives users the ability to choose information they want read from a computer screen as they navigate applications. /N/magic8.htm   (3061 words)

 Healthcare Informatics: The Thin Client: Let the Feast Begin
Network segment bandwidth requirements and user allocations may be estimated from the 28.8Kbps NID design objective.
The network architecture is simple and has low bandwidth requirements; workers interface with character-based screens and do not require cross-functional applications.
The network architecture supporting NID development is the distribution of a heaping array of application resources from centralized servers to minimally-configured, or thin, desktop devices. /issues/1997/03_97/cover.htm   (1857 words)

 P2P Home Network Management, Inter-Network Collaboration Software : Home Networking & Residential Gateway Software : California Software Labs
The software runs on individual PCs on a home network and provides a single point user interface for resource/device management.
Networks were secured using RSA (public key) and Blowfish encryption.
The software allows home networks to create VPN partnerships with one another, dynamically discover them and attach/detach multiple such networks to their own. /projects/Securep2p.html   (378 words)

 Etherjack Covaro Networks - Dallas, Texas
Etherjack® demarcation provides a network interface device (NID) function for OAM as well as an Ethernet user network interface (UNI) for advanced VLAN based services.
Covaro Network's Etherjack® provides carriers with an intelligent Ethernet demarcation device that is aligned with emerging Ethernet OAM standards for transport, connectivity and services from IEEE, MEF and ITU standards bodies.
Ethernet has been the physical medium of choice for decades in the enterprise data environment, and forward looking carriers are offering Ethernet services as a way to simplify their customer's networking challenges. /etherjack.html   (683 words)

 SAP Design Guild -- Usability, User Interface Design&Visual Design
As in previous years, SAP development staff – developers, solution managers, and user interface designers – will be present to collect feedback on design concepts and applications at the conference.
The book's target readers are educators however the authors hope that the book could benefit practicing user interface designers.
01/16/2006: In this new edition of the classic textbook Designing the User Interface, Shneiderman and Plaisant share authorship and once again promote the design of effective user interfaces.   (1048 words)

 Network card - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A network card typically has a twisted pair, BNC, or AUI socket where the network cable is connected, and a few LEDs to inform the user of whether the network is active, and whether or not there is data being transmitted on it.
Whereas network cards used to be expansion cards to plug into a computer bus, most newer computers have a network interface built into the motherboard, so a separate network card is not required unless multiple interfaces are needed or some other type of network is used.
A network card (also called network adapter, network interface card, NIC, etc.) is a piece of computer hardware designed to provide for computer communication over a computer network. /wiki/Network_card   (1048 words)

 The Graphical User Interface
It is based on the X protocol developed in 1980's to satisfy the need for a network transparent graphical user interface to Unix systems.
Also a number of dialogs are presented to the user, such as required screen resolution, color depth and whether Linux should boot into a GUI mode directly.
The window manager is supposed to take care of the actual behaviour of the windows, like the response to user clicks, minimise and maximise events, moving the windows around, etc. The themes are in fact supported by both, the Desktop Environment as well as the window manager; the user can select either of the two. /Documentation/NGL/thegui.html   (1663 words)

 Wireless Developer Network - Java GUI Tutorial
Java graphical user interface construction is supported in two flavors: the standard AWT "look-and-feel" and a newer layer on top of AWT, known as Swing.
A number of Java IDE’s are available which support the creation of user interfaces using the AWT by dragging-and-dropping components off a toolbar.
Aside from the embedded environment, the vast majority of Java developers will be required to create some type of user interface for their application. /channels/java/training/javagui.html   (1063 words)

 Cheops Network User Interface
Cheops is an Open Source Network User Interface.
Cheops hopes to provide the system administrator and the user a powerful tool for locating, accessing, diagnosing, and managing network resources, all with the click of a button.
Is anyone out there up to the task? /cheops   (551 words)

 Packet Systems News
Early in 2004, Metrobility Optical Systems introduced an Ethernet Network Interface Device (NID) that adheres to the IEEE 802.3ah draft standard for Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) and conforms to the Metro Ethernet Forum's Services Model for E-Line or point-to-point services.
Metrobility's new R821 10/100 E-Services NID consists of a 10/100BASE-T user port and 100Mbps optical network port to create a secure customer premise equipment (CPE) demarcation point for point-to-point optical Ethernet services in metro area networks.
Metrobility Optical Systems has expanded its E-Services Network Interface Device (NID) product line to include 10/100Mbps support as well as the ability to support rate limiting, Q-in-Q tagging and four service classes for traffic prioritization. /PacketSystems/packetsysarticle.asp?ID=13466   (590 words)

One NDMBK exists to represent each message frame created for a Network Interface Device (NID).
Hex Dec Type/Val Lng Label (dup) Comments ---- ---- --------- ---- -------------- -------- 0000 0 Structure NDMBK Network Device Message Block Chain pointers (maintained by the NDMBK user).
CREATED BY : Receipt of a message for a Network Interface Device. /pubs/cp510/NDMBK.HTML   (756 words)

 Network interface card neatness
One floppy sized embedded OS: 2.0.x kernel, 4 virtual terminals, RAM drive support, 10 types of network interface cards (NICs), text user interface menu, full sources.
The NICPAK package is a collection of various NIC (Network Interface Card) drivers and a tool for detecting and installing them.
Provides information on the development of a high-security wireless local area network interface card. /network_interface_card.html   (496 words)

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