New Embedded TCP/IP support

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Support has recently been announced for a range of new protocols for the
embedded TCP/IP stacks available from COMSOL

EBS Full function TCP/IP stack

EBSnet 802.11 driver supports wireless networks on embedded CPUs. It uses
the same API as their Ethernet drivers so developers can test their device
and application in the lab and later use the same code for their wireless

RT-SMB - allows embedded devices to share files and printers with Windows
PCs over LAN and WAN.

RT-SNTP - provides for time synchronisation of embedded devices.

PPPoE - If your application is set up for PPP then this option allows you to
use the same calls to operate over Ethernet - one application two delivery

CMX MicroNet now supports 8, 16 and 32 bit

CMX MicroNet now supports an enhanced range of processors from 8051s thru
16 bit micros to ARMs and with its <16K footprint is ideal for single chip

802.11 Driver now available for MicroNet

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Embedded Engineers -

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                    33 different 8051 manufacturers

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                    for over 100 microprocessor families

          3) The Embedded Web - 330 + links to useful sites from Chip
                   Manufacturers to software algorithms

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