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Thread: Embedded Internet enabling methods: Which?
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>Except it isn't really embedded internet, because it requires a
>"real" computer to act as a gateway between the LAN and the 'net.
>If that works for the application, great, but it's apples and oranges..

I agree with you, Spehro,  I had a closer look at their web site. All they
had done was to implement a proprietary protocol to a PC and from there
captured the data into the internet environment. For "local" type of
projects, proprietary is OK, but as soon as we speak about international
markets, I shy away.

Lets see what others have to say.

Bset regards,

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