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adaptive Internet protocol (AIP)

Adaptive Internet Protocol (AIP) is a communication protocol developed by Tarantella for server-based computing using Unix application servers.

The AIP protocol, like Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) or Sun's X-Window protocol, is intended to simplify the distribution of applications and administrative tasks by providing resource-expanding features. In server-based computing architectures, all applications are deployed at the server, where they are managed, supported, and executed.

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Englisch: adaptive Internet protocol - AIP
Updated at: 12.11.2011
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