Hewlett-Packard today said it planned to support Sun?s Jini technology and was working on ways to incorporate it into its Jetsend device to device communications protocol.
Jetsend enables simple, flexible and direct interaction between devices. It is transport and platform independent and supports protocols such as IP, IR, RF and IEEE 1394.
In a merged Jetsend/Jini environment, users would be able to send information from one enabled device on the network to another without having to worry about drivers, location or compatibility.
For example, users could send an image directly from a digital camera to a remotely located printer - Jini would locate the registered devices and Jetsend would ensure that they could share the information.
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