DAV to go, please (Personal Server at Intel Dev. Conf.)

Gregory Alan Bolcer gbolcer at endeavors.com
Wed Sep 17 16:29:22 PDT 2003



Jim Whitehead wrote:
> SyncML might be the way to accomplish this synchronization...
> 
> http://www.openmobilealliance.org/syncml/
> 
>

And of course we were one of the founding members.....but
the page doesn't seem to be working.

http://www.openmobilealliance.org/syncml/members_list.asp

The next best link is a wirelessdevnet article
on MagiDAV and MagiWAP, complete with a quote
from the then CEO of KnowNow.  Does anyone
remember the days when there were ONLY 41M
mobile Internet users??

Also, I remember one of the Cacheon founders
first talking about a freenet style personal
information network that spans across all your
devices.

Greg

http://www.wirelessdevnet.com/news/2000/177/news2.html

"MagiWAP blazes a trail towards the next generation of mobile Web 
applications," says Rohit Khare, CEO of KnowNow, Inc. and 4K Associate.

Tom Arkwright of Sun Microsystems, Inc. adds: "MagiWAP fulfills the Java 
promise by unifying a vast world of cooperating devices where documents 
and data are manipulated anywhere, anytime, on any device."

Forrester predicts there will be 41 million mobile Internet users in the 
UK alone by 2005. More than two-thirds will have multiple 
Internet-enabled devices - handhelds, desktop computers, Internet TVs, 
and portable computers, for example. Endeavors' MagiDAV technology gives 
the web-enabled population controlled, two-way Internet access to 
documents on all disparate Internet devices, as well as to documents on 
devices of trusted workgroups.


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