Flashnet is based on the well-known Serial Flash technology originally designed by IBM and enhanced by the company. Flashnet uses flash memory devices, such as CompactFlash®. Flashnet allows two-way communications between two computers. It is extremely useful in various network applications. For example, it can help local area networks be accessed by remote computers. It is useful in connecting computers in desktop clusters.
The 552 web terminal is a multi-purpose man-machine interface, providing access to a variety of applications and services via the World Wide Web. The unit supports HTML (HyperText Markup Language), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Telnet, EBCDIC, SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) management, voice conferencing, six-way telephone conferencing, and other Internet access technologies.
The model 2900 is a one-way sequential paging terminal. It is designed to replace the 800 series terminals. The unit features a snoopable code reader, telephone interface, and automatic dialing addressed for one-way paging devices. It also features the new 1152 line character display, as well as tiled vertical banding, reverse page printing, and a built-in horseshoe-pin coupler for direct line connection to a remote telephone switch.
Flashnet 320 is a special purpose terminal designed to support the FlashNet 320 patent-pending expansion interface. It is designed for server-PC connectivity and for remote operator services in distributed computer architecture environments. With its 1/4 of an inch VGA video output, FlashNet 320 is the preferred terminal in FlashNet 320 server-PC applications.
The FB-230 is cable modem terminal designed to provide modem, voicemail, and ISDN access in a portable computer. In addition, the FB-230 provides TCP/IP and NSPR access, remote login capability, and other features which make it a versatile multi-service modem and client terminal.
The USB port authorization key is blue and approximately thesize of the little (i.e. small) finger(6.0×1.6×0.8 cm, or5.2×1.6×0.8 cm), having a USB standard 4-pinconnector at one end. If provided, connect the authorization key toa USB port. Operating system support for USB devices is required;XCAP does not add USB support to the operating system. d2c66b5586