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ubiquitous

adjective ever-present, omnipresent, permeative, pervading, pervasive, ubiquitary, universal, worldwide
See also: broad, current, present
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Ubiquitous claim the installation of the Wi-Fi will mean faster download speeds and be ideal for watching videos or downloading applications.
We expect to be among the first providers of ECHONET Lite compliant products," said Hiroshi Mihara, president, Ubiquitous Corp.
However, Most of existing data in a ubiquitous computing environment is locally stored in mobile devices or sink nodes.
Founded in May 2001, Ubiquitous focuses on the development of communication software products for embedded systems.
The ubiquitous society connects everyone and everything, where anyone, anytime and anywhere can benefit from the use of terminals and networks without even being aware of the existence of the network.
The ubiquitous sensor network will enhance consumer convenience by efficiently managing products, food, transportation, environment and Medicare, creating $6.
Through this enhancement, we will help Sprint provide the most enhanced wireless connectivity to its customers," said Yasuo Sakai, director, Business Strategies, Mobile Information & Communication Appliance Division, Ubiquitous Platform Systems Group of Hitachi, Ltd.
Businesses are able to develop and deploy substantial technology and functionality at a fraction of the cost because of the Internet's economies of scale, while workers from clerical to knowledge-based gain real-time, ubiquitous, contextual access to mission critical information and functionality without regard to physical location, information or access method.
Porn has moved out of a few segregated public spaces, the seedy book shops and triple-X theaters, and become ubiquitous on the web, on cable, in neighborhood video shops.
A new study has found provocative evidence that polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)--banned but still ubiquitous oils used to insulate electric transformers and other equipment beginning in the late 1930s--may be one such agent.
TOKYO -- Ubiquitous Corporation, a Tokyo based leading embedded software company [JASDAQ NEO:3858], announces that it has added software libraries for DTCP-IP1 Ver.
Ubiquitous multimedia and mobile agents; models and implementations.

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