This book provides the entrepreneur, developer, or manager with the latest product developments and organizational techniques for producing industrial strength wireless PC-based services.
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The up-to-the-minute Wireless Web briefing for every technical professional.
Wireless PC-Based Services is a complete briefing on Wireless Web technologies for every entrepreneur, decision-maker, and technical professional. IBM architect and leading wireless developer R. Scott Lewis covers every aspect of deploying wireless Internet services, from business plans through application design, standards through development tools.
Lewis presents in-depth coverage of state-of-the-art applications such as unified wireless inboxes, S.100-based wireless call processing, wireless message storage, wireless metering services, and wireless network management. The book also includes state-of-the-art coverage of wireless media conversion applications: language translation, text-to-audio, OCR, and handwriting-to-text. Coverage includes:
If you're responsible for next-generation wireless Internet services, this book will increase your effectiveness — and reduce your risks — at every stage of the project lifecycle."Mr. Lewis' book is always the first wireless book that I pick up when I need a thorough treatment of all phases of wireless systems." —Rajnish Prasad, Senior IT Architect, IBM"With these brilliant descriptions of possible service available to the wireless industry, Scott clearly takes his place as a leading developer in the wireless space." Nathalie Plaziac, Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Motorola About the Author:
Scott Lewis has over twenty years experience in developing industrial- strength services for the Fortune 100. He began his career designing and installing PBXs, voice messaging services, and is now an IT Architect for IBM. He has received awards PBXs installation efforts at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the United Nations.
Furthermore, he and a team of developers haves made history with the introduction of VoiceDialing at a Regional Bell Operating Company; it was the first time a dial tone had been replaced with a speaker-dependent voice recognizer, and put into production in the fixed telephone network.
Another first, was with Ericsson, was the introduction of the Unified Inbox, which this book explains in great detail. This service not only allows access to your voice mail, fax mail, and e-mail by way of the Internet, but it also allows one to hear all of these media types by way of a wireless phone.
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