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IP

abbreviation for intellectual property. See INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW.
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The IP protocol is the basis of the construction of the public telecommunication network.
Our MPLS-enabled IP network connects more than 90 countries to the Internet and is also supporting IPv6, the new generation IP protocol.
WindNet IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) developed in conjunction with one of Wind River's customers, Siemens, WindNet IPv6 provides the protocol and integrated networking support required to utilise IPv6 technology said to be the world's next-generation IP protocol, that will serve as the foundation for all Internet traffic.
In ATM-based 3G wireless networks, the architecture of the iNAV 4000 achieves unparalleled levels of price/performance in ATM Adaptation Layer 2 (AAL2) packetized voice, ATM Adaptation Layer 5 (AAL5) and IP protocol processing, providing a seamless bridge between ATM and Ethernet networks.
Like connecting to a central brain, subscribers connect over IP protocol on the Internet and access a software program from a centralized server.
PacketScan[TM]- All IP Protocol Analyzer supports monitoring all 2G, 3G and 4G protocols such as GSM, GPRS, UMTS, SIGTRAN, LTE, and Diameter, in addition to IP protocols such as SIP, MGCP, MEGACO, Skinny, and H.323.
The LSI includes a includes a RISC-type CPU, IP protocol engine, QoS (Quality of Service) accelerator, IPsec (IP security protocol) accelerator, voice engine, two-channel Gigabit Ether MAC and other peripherals.
All network traffic can be prioritized based on users or groups, applications, source and destination IP address, time of day, IP protocol, URL, and DiffServ markings.
According to the company, Speedster22i devices are the first FPGAs to include integrated hard IP protocol functions targeted for communications applications.
Since digital KVM signaling is based on the IP protocol, network administrators can control servers and other devices in the data center--or across the globe--from any computer with a Web browser.