and is like android, which is linux. binary compatibility would allow fb/naoqi/google/and msft, which bought linux company, to write software for the bot....also naoqi allows you to virtually navigate a 'bot' while learning. but with vr/ar you could also have interaction with virtual individual/avatars....a better 2nd place of ibm or other social interaction...gaming, sexual , or other.....you'd need your smartphone in the google vr cardboard or newer device form factor, dual screen support, arbitrary object and framework, granular archiving, ability to change that part of the screen which changes( like with motion vector estimation) but would also entail , hopefully, 744 in how you build apps/web pages/ and cooperation of autodesk/msft project spark? wags.
binary compatibility would allow use of naoqi and android in same app?
naoqi os is linux /google android mentioned in same paragraph.
human touch from social interaction exposure like from facebook. including your avatar interacting with 'virtual robots' ...see the naoqi /pepper webpages.......let you practice navigating virtual robots/avatars... vmw/softbank/radisys/8x8/autodesk? with sprint/parallel wireless.....good grief a sex app?the foundation of the internet. researchers on today show this am showed testing of various factors in interpersonal attraction x visual/auditory. a virtual g or b friend in the offing? one model morphed into any variety desired? of course , could alsobe a better ibm virtual world as well.
sprint reselling google apps...robotics/vr-ar? both msft and google are ppapi..pepper api....with pepper the name of the softbank robot.........now would you have a robot with two operating systems? picking best of the breed for each asset?
ibm is partner of polycom, which is partner of 8x8.......gee , would 8x8 provision at least those three?
744 could save a google chrome or w10 a lot of management money with ability to change apps/data without redoing the whole app.........fewer jobs in bangalore, but......
actually, what would akam with 8x8 dns be worth to msft? especially for vitual reality and augmented reality apps?
of course 8x8 would keep the patents?
wags....and , the killer app for healthcare: a membership card with your personal data, which at the dr's office allows cloud access and storage of your health timeline, visits, labs, meds, etc. but unlilke current data silo's is only there for your dr's use while needed but otherwise poof. bernie, what are your college students, who btw should finish high school, study? a lot of jobs in health service just goes poof as well.
is vz using all of them?aws control console allows both public and private clouds......more money for a yahoo foray?
networks with great advantage if global reach and nat firewall traversal capable. goooooooooo. 8x8
i know circumstantial, but....when you're a provisioner anything is possible.
good luck to us.......
8x8 helps create over the top networks, therefore must connect these ssl vpn's.something a fed agency/nuc plant/bank/insurance company/school/ irs/server to server, etc.
gee, think 8x8 will have an important role in the show? wags. juniper has an open connect ssl vpn based on work after finding cisco's was wanting, at according to some...
'OpenConnect is an SSL VPN client initially created to support Cisco's AnyConnect SSL VPN. It has since been ported to support the Juniper SSL VPN which is now known as Pulse Connect Secure.'
juniper is a partner of parallel wireless........interesting........
Additionally, Netflix has been targeting the Asia-Pacific in a big way and the company entered its first Asian market when it launched service in Japan last September. South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and India were some of the other major markets that Netflix launched service in as part of the January 2016 global launch. The one notable exception is China and the company is doing all it can to enter this lucrative market. Netflix has held talks with Jack Ma-backed Wasu Media Holding Co. and other content companies in the past and CEO Hastings believes the company is on “a slow and steady path” to entering the country. We believe that Netflix will eventually enter China by collaborating with a local partner. The Asia-Pacific holds a lot of promise for Netflix as the region offers a potential target market of around 280 million households (assuming one high-speed internet connection per household). We believe that Netflix will experience healthy adoption rates in the newly launched countries on the strength of its original content and its competitive pricing. As a result, we believe that Netflix can cross 80 million international subscribers by the end of our forecast period.
gooooooo. and it's softbank doing the pushing with likely radisys and vmware?