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Hypertext transfer protocol Informatics The most commonly used language protocol for transmitting information in Web sites; http on a web address–a URL indicates to Web browsers, “HTML spoken here”. See Client, HTML, Server, Web browser, World Wide Web. Cf Gopher.
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Another reason for the lack of Internet protocol support is that the well-established Internet protocols do not directly address all the needs of a building automation system.
The new language, called Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), was developed by Robert Kahn - one of the designers of DARPAnet and now president of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives - and Vinton Cerf, now a senior vice president of Internet architecture and engineering at MCI Communications, who had worked closely on the original DARPAnet protocol.
Internet Protocol Storage (IPS) provides a solution for storage connectivity and access that ensures the storage infrastructure investments companies make today are protected, as SANs and other storage topologies continue to evolve.
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), is part of the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) standards process and is modeled upon other Internet protocols such as SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol).

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