IP is a proper noun. IP is (1) the sciences concerned with gathering and manipulating and storing and retrieving and classifying recorded information.
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun IP.
Invision Power Services produces and sells software for businesses and communities. Its products include IP Board, bulletin board software; IP Blog which plugs into IP Board; IP Downloads, a comprehensive download manager which integrates with IP Board; and IP Gallery, for picture-hosting needs. Learn about these products, companies who use them, and how to purchase them.
Asterisk is an extensible, downloadable, open source telephone system. This software-based PBX supports Voice over IP in many protocols, and runs on a variety of operating systems including Linux, Mac OS X, OpenBSD, FreeBSD and Sun Solaris. Asterisk can interoperate with most standards-based telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.
The IANA oversees IP addresses worldwide. It is part of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) at the Department of Commerce. The website contains reports, information about registering, rules, abuses, practices, procedures, and much more.
Snort, developed in 1998, is an open-source intrusion detection technology. It is capable of performing real-time traffic analysis and packet logging on IP networks. The website provides news, instructions for obtaining Snort, the rules for using it, documentation, training, forums, information about the Snort community, and a store.
Synopsys, founded in 1986 and located in California, delivers semiconductor design software, intellectual property (IP), design for manufacturing (DM) solutions and professional services that companies use to design systems-on-chips (SoCs) and electronic systems. The website has links to problems and Synopsys solutions, information about training and support, and more.
The World Intellectual Property Organization, established in 1967, is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international international property (IP) system. The website has links to patents, trademarks, copyright, and more. Also on the website are resources for delegates, journalists, students and others, plus most requested info.
The following articles provide recent IP-related news.
China's movement toward curtailing the taking of intellectual property is a great first step. But investors shouldn't allow that to underestimate the risk of owning stocks with high China exposure.
By Brendan Coffey, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 15 Mar 2019 11:37:00 -0400.
As Beijing's trade negotiators edge towards a deal with Washington, China's top court has said it will strengthen protection of intellectual property (IP) rights this year.
Straits Times. Wednesday, 13 Mar 2019 05:00:00 +0800.
President Trump entered office determined to stop what he considered unfair practices by China. But he may now be tempted to settle, like his predecessors, for less-than-ironclad commitments, Greg Ip writes.
Wall Street Journal. Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019 12:50:04 EST.
In a world where the number of gadgets being launched is on the up, and so many being made to cope with indoor and outdoor life, there's an increasing
Cam Bunton. Pocket Lint. Wednesday, 20 Feb 2019 12:50:24 +0000.