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Vanteon supports the work being done by the WAP Forum in the Wireless Transport Layer Security (WTLS) protocol which will ensure data integrity, privacy, authentication and denial-of-service protection for wireless service providers," said Joe Griffin, vice president and general manager of Vanteon's Mobile and Broadband Line of Business.
After a contentious February WAP Forum meeting in Rome, the group acknowledged the patent, and Geoworks is now in full pursuit of the "licensing of its patented technology on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms and conditions," according to a company statement.
I'm excited and honored that the board has appointed me the first CEO of the WAP Forum," said Goldman.
WAP Forum officials note, however, that products and services standardized on WAP 1.
Even Microsoft Corp, which had been considered a standout, finally relented and joined the WAP Forum on May 5 1999.
Aether is the first WAP Forum member to offer an end-to-end wireless solution, via its Enterprise Data Wireless Center (EDWC).
Bob's vast background and accomplishments with the GSMA make him a perfect match with the goals and objectives of the WAP Forum," said Jerry Upton, chairman of the WAP Forum Board of Directors.
1 specifications, announced by the WAP Forum on June 30th, 1999, is a newly enhanced version of the mobile Internet standard that will enable rapid commercial deployment of WAP-ready products and services worldwide.
The WAP Forum works closely with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and the plan is eventually to fold WAP into the W3C's next-generation hypertext transfer protocol, HTTP-NG.
Within the framework of this collaboration, Swedish AU-System will develop a suite of test tools according to the Nokia and Sony Ericsson MMS Conformance Paper developed based on the activities of the respective companies in the 3GPP and WAP Forum consortia.
Representatives from 120 WAP Forum member companies from across the globe have joined together at the meeting to advance the development of WAP and build relationships with other industry organizations to ensure that future Internet standards address the needs of low power, low memory wireless devices.