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Namespace

In computer languages, the context in which a term can have only a single meaning. For example, two files may not have the same name within a directory. In this case, the directory forms the namespace for the files.
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Where new potential IP space can be captured, the liaison will then identify likely inventors and task them with the creation of an invention disclosure form (IDF) recording pertinent facts related to the scope of the invention.
It optimizes IP space and avoids IP address conflicts with automatic scans and preventive alerts, and coordinates team access with user delegation and role-based permissions.
With the acquisition of Foundry Networks in 2008, Brocade is now focusing on increasing its share in the IP space in the next year, targeting key verticals like healthcare, education, banking and finance and service provider businesses.
The new release also enables administrators to detect, track, manage and combine overlapping IP space, which is important for customers unifying two distinct environments after acquiring or merging with another company.
Much of the spending in contact center equipment was in the IP space and this is no surprise as it saves money and as over 30% of call centers surveyed mentioned, they moved to IP to meet a specific business need.
The data represented and collected here serves a multitude of purposes: Modeling the Internet, analyzing wasted IP space, IP space distribution, detecting the result of natural disasters, weather, war, and esthetics/art.
A lot of our classroom labs are in their own IP space.
After you've inventoried your company's IP, found its gaps and defined the IP space you want to occupy, your IP management plan must encourage inventiveness within your company to carry out your IP strategy.
This is especially true given the rise of mobile IP devices and the surging demand in Asia for its fair share of IP space, according to Jim Bound, who is chair of the international IPv6 Task Force's technical committee and chair of its North American chapter.
Developers go across the board, from StoneFly's Storage Concentrators in the IP space, to Fujitsu Softek's newly released Storage Provisioner for heterogeneous environments, to EMC's powerful PowerPath 4.
who recently reported that Openmind will emerge as a winner in the IP space.