ASNAPAutomatic Switching of Network Access Points (CalypsoWireless Inc.)
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Following last week's announcement that it had been granted patents for its ASNAP technology in 25 European countries, Calypso Wireless Inc (OTC:CLYW) (OTC:CLYW.PK) today (23 June) announced that the Mexican Patent Office had issued Patent No 254934, covering the ASNAP technology, to Calypso.
ASNAP technology assists mobile users to switch without apparent disruption between various transceivers on a wireless LAN.
Vaiskunaite et al., "Ga12 interaction with aSNAP induces VE-cadherin localization at endothelial junctions and regulates barrier function," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Cup hero Paul McGinn tweeted asnap of St Mirren players' jubilant celebrations in the dressing room, telling follower"that "the boys are having a party".
Calypso Wireless Inc (OTC:CLYW) (OTC:CLYW.PK) (Calypso), a developer of wireless telecomms technologies, announced on 16 June that it has received confirmation from its patent attorneys that its applications for patents for its ASNAP technology have been accepted by 25 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
ASNAP technology allows 'seamless switching' between various types of networks, increasing usability for mobile users.
"I did not realise that and I put pressure on my foot, only to hear asnap.
Under the agreement MobiFon, an associate of Vodafone, will conduct a field trial of Calypso Wireless' ASNAP patented technology which enables mobile users to switch between GSM/GPRS networks and Wi-Fi wireless local area networks using the 802.11 standard.
The trial will allow MobiFon customers using Calypso's ASNAP mobile phones to access Wi-Fi zones across Europe and connect to the Internet at speeds of up to 11MB/s.
Paul Buckley, head of Social Media at Aer Lingus, says the asnaps,a which are ephemeral because they have expiry dates, allow the airline to build a story as a live event unfolds.