May 23-24, 2017
TUESDAY MAY 23, 2017
SAN CARLOS, CA
Tech Industry Redefined: The Rise of the DX Economy
Feb 28, 2017
Santa Clara, California, United States
Santa Clara Convention Center
February 13-17, 2017
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about new approaches to info security, discover the latest technology and interact with top security leaders and pioneers. Hands-on sessions, keynotes and informal gatherings allow you to tap into a smart, forward-thinking global community that will inspire and empower you.
Are you interested in learning more, exploring and creating mobile applications?
Join us for a special focused Mobile App Hackathon, produced by the AT&T Developer Program. Hangout with us as we hack and build apps/mobile apps, get fed, compete for prizes across different categories and most importantly: meet new people and scout for teammates to work on new or current projects. We will have experts from AT&T and the local community onsite to assist with your development.
If you want to test out the latest technology, hear from industry experts, or network with like-minded professionals, join us at the Xnet Mobile, Inc. booth in San Francisco.
1446 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94103
The digital transformation journey continues. With the rapid pace of change, there’s never been a better time to align, connect and create solutions that deliver and disrupt.
DevNet – Developer Tools and Resources
Cisco DevNet, Cisco’s developer program, brings together solution developers and network engineers with product and technology experts to learn, code, inspire, and connect.
See how Xnet as Cisco partner can innovate on top of Cisco APIs and platforms, and lead the digital transformations.
Apple iOS integrations
See how Cisco Spark and iOS 10 enhance the enterprise calling experience.
Xnet Networks XDA DNA Architecture
See how Xnet can innovate and invent automation of network services.
When and Where
Start Time: 2/19/2017 11:00 PM PDT (America/Los_Angeles)
End Time: 2/24/2017 9:00 AM PDT (America/Los_Angeles)
Location: Berlin, Germany
Messedam 22 (South Entrance), 14055 Berlin, Germany
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Competitors will present their inventions on stage and win prizes, in a TechCrunch tradition. Xnet Communications will be there as each year to be present and take the advantage of the BAY spirit to introduce and launch our latest product Xnet XDA Digital Network Architecture.
We will present Xnet Secure Gate as an fundamental element of network security. We will explain the basics terminology (identity, authentication, authorization, privileged access, need to know, separation of duties, rotation of duties, data and network area ownership, SSO single sign on, etc.). We will showcase the actual installation of our Xnet Secure Gate at the one of the biggest commercial banks in New York City and Frankfurt as well.
The site of the Network Security Event, September 10-19, is Caesars Palace, the majestic Las Vegas hotel.
Xnet Networks will demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental theory of system access control to the modern computer networks.
Porsche defended its title 2016 in dramatic fashion after Toyota lost the power at the lead minutes from the end on Sunday June 19th.
Neel Jani, Romain Dumas and Marc Lieb’s Porsche 919 won the race after the Toyota TS050 stopped in the last leap while leading.
Congratulations from Xnet Communications to the Porsche Team and especially to Alexander Hitzinger the Technical Director LMP1 Porsche, Stuttgart for his great work.
Due to Remote Lab facility the Powertrain development could be significantly be shorted and parallelized in unmatched way.
Short Story of the Internet Browser
NCSA Mosaic was neither the first web browser but it was the web browser credited with popularizing the World Wide Web. Its clean, easily understood user interface, reliability, Windows port and simple installation all contributed to making it the application that opened up the Web to the general public.
In 1992 Marc Andreesen was a student in Computer Science and part-time assistant at the NCSA (National Center for Supercomputing Applications) at the University of Illinois. His position at NCSA allowed him to become quite familiar with the Internet and World Wide Web, that began to take off.
In the same 1992, Andreesen recruited his colleague from NCSA and University of Illinois, Eric Bina, to help with his project. The two worked tirelessly. They called their new browser Mosaic. It was much more sophisticated graphically than other browsers of the time.
The most important feature was the inclusion of the image tag which allowed to include images on web pages. Earlier browsers allowed the viewing of pictures, but only as separate files. NCSA Mosaic made it possible for images and text to appear on the same page.
In January 1993, Mosaic was posted for free download on NCSA's servers and became immediately popular, more than 5000 copies were being downloaded each month. Within weeks tens of thousands of people had downloaded the program. The original version was for Unix, but Andreesen and Bina quickly put together a team to develop PC and Mac versions, which were released in the late spring of the same year. With Mosaic now available for more popular platforms, its popularity soon skyrocketed.
By December 1993, Mosaic's growth was so great that it made the front page of the New York Times business section. Marc realized that when he was through with his studies NCSA would take over Mosaic for themselves. So when he graduated in December 1993, he left and moved to Silicon Valley in California.
Later Andreesen and Jim Clark, the founder of Silicon Graphics, incorporated Mosaic Communications Corp., and developed the famous Netscape browser and server products.
I met Marc Andreesen in 1994 at the Networld+Interop in Las Vegas around the time the company Netscape Communications has been created. At Xnet we worked hardly on the TCP/IP port to ISDN and released a first product worldwide, which allowed users to browse Internet with Netscape on top of the ISDN-line.
Netscape Communications made a successfully IPO in 1995 and was finally acquired by AOL (America Online) in 1997 for round about US$10 billion.
Xnet Communications Inc.
Addition to the DeutschlandLAN product family of Deutsche Telekom: DeutschlandLAN NFON, the modern cloud telephone system on basis of NFON, is now available via the Telekom Cloud Portal.
The client telephony software for Apple Mac and IOS has been developed by Xnet Communications in Hamburg.
The Retail's BIG Show is finished. It is a huge success for our brand new digital product catalog MediaSHOW. Lively interest especially in the segment of fashion and lifestyle retailers.
Auf der diesjährigen EuroCIS Retail-Messe in Düsseldorf wird Xnet zwei mal vertreten sein:
Gemeinsam mit unseren Partnern wollen wir die Gelegenheit nutzen, Ihnen unsere Lösungen im Multimedialen-Umfeld für Retail vorzustellen. Wir bringen die neuesten Erkenntnisse und Highlights im Bereich Retail von der weltweit größten Retail-Messe frisch aus New York mit. Ein Gespräch mit uns lohnt sich! Am besten vereinbaren Sie hierzu gleich einen Termin über Ihren Xnet Ansprechpartner oder direkt mit Edith Kosmehl unter: email@example.com
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch und ein konstruktives Gespräch.
Estrel Convention Center in Berlin
11-14 January 2015
New York City, Jacob Javis Convention Center
Xnet Mobile Inc.
booth no. 3971