Category: GPRS Card

Windows device driver information for WCM GPRS Card - WinXP

The WCM GPRS Card – WinXP makes use of a Web content management system, content management system (CMS) software that is usually implemented as a Web application in creating and managing any HTML content. It is also used to manage and control a collection of Web material which includes HTML documents and images. A WCMS helps in facilitating content control, content creation, editing, and other Web maintenance functions. The software provides authoring tools designed to allow users who are new to computers to understand the programming languages or markup languages to be able to create and manage the content with ease. The WCMS is capable of managing and controlling a large and dynamic collection of Web materials. Other features include: automated templates, easily editable content, scalable feature sets, Web standards upgrades, workflow management, delegation, documentation management, and content virtualization.

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There are three types of WCMS: offline processing, online processing, and hybrid systems. The offline processing pre-processes all contents, including applying the templates before publication. It makes use of tools like the Adobe Contribute and CushyCMS. The online processing applies templates on demand. The hybrid systems combine with the offline and online approaches. The WCM GPRS Card – WinXP is a general packet radio service (GPRS) which is a packet oriented mobile data service which is available to 2G and 3g cellular users. GPRS provides the following services: multimedia messaging (MMS), short message service (SMS), push to talk (PTT), instant messaging, point to point (P2P), and other enhancements. GPRS supports Internet Protocol (IP), point-to-point (PPP) and X25 connections. The multiple access methods used in GSM with GPRS are based on the frequency division duplex (FDD) and TDMA. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and WCM GPRS Card - WinXP errors before installing any driver updates.