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As an Applications Service Provider we are using this page to promote applications that use IP/TCP protocols.


More applications are provided all the time as the Infrastructure that makes up the Internet becomes more powerful. An example of this can be illustrated by the 'Cloud' technology, that optimises Server capacities, in Data centres around the world.

The group type of applications that we are focusing on are:

  • Multimedia - TV, Films, Video, Photos, Books and Music.

  • Communications - VoIP Telephone, Real Time Video and Private networks

  • Management systems - CRM, Web Presentations, Marketing and Sales.

  • On-line software -  Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Graphical packages

  • Social networks - Virtual hubs of friends and contacts, Blogs, virtual memberships of service providers and Fantasy virtual communities

  • Online Information Portals - Specialist subject Portals, News, Weather and others

We will be choosing a different Application group every month, providing in depth analysis and examples.


Our first group for analysis is 'Multimedia'. We have demonstrate below examples of different applications against each type of Multimedia.



Our Focus Application Group - Multimedia

  • TV - More and more content is being placed on the Internet. View what and when you want it.

  • Films - As Download speeds increase so will the libraries available. Two methods are available to visualise the content, first download into a media platform software package and the other to stream via a browser.

  • Photos - On-line Storage applications are available to allow different remote users to visualise the content.

  • Audio and E-Books are becoming more common as the devices to read the content become more User friendly.


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  • Music - Each year our preference of purchasing music electronically increases, against physical formats such as DVDs and Vinyl.


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Application Service Provider (ASP) - is to provide web access to software previously distributed as local applications. Depending on the type of application, it may require the development of an entirely different browser-based interface, or merely adapting an existing application to use different presentation technology. These programs allow the user to pay a monthly or yearly fee for use of a software application without having to install it on a local hard drive.

IP Applications - 

Over the last few decade, as the global TCP/IP Internet has grown, hundreds of new applications have been created. These programs enable a myriad of different tasks and functions to be accomplished, ranging from implementing essential business tasks to pure entertainment, by users who may be in the same room or on different continents.


It would be impossible to try to describe every possible TCP/IP application, would be pointless to even try, so we will be advertising applications that grab our imagination. However, of all the TCP/IP applications, there are a small number that are widely considered to be “key applications” of TCP/IP.


IP Applications can be devided into two groups:


The first group can be described to use file and message transfer applications; this group is the largest, as it contains many of the applications we consider central to TCP/IP networking, such as electronic mail, file transfer and the World Wide Web.


The second describes interactive and remote application protocols, which are used traditionally to allow a user of one computer to access another, or to permit the real-time exchange of information.


'Cloud' Virtual Data Centres -

Billions are being invested in Cloud computing and data center architectures.


Applications that are hosted in the cloud require massively scalable data centers to be able to deliver the always-on availability and performance required. It means the compute resources of these data centers must operate at huge scales if the cost benefits to the user are to be realised


IBM defines cloud computing as: "Where users can gain access to their applications from anywhere through their connected devices. The applications reside in massively scalable data centers where compute resources can be dynamically provisioned and shared to achieve significant economies of scale. A strong service management platform results in near-zero incremental management costs when more IT resources are added to the cloud.'


While Google and Amazon say they already operate cloud data centers, another big player currently constructing cloud data centers around the world is Microsoft.


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