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Inktomi (company)
Inktomi Corporation was a company that provided software for Internet service providers (ISPs). It was incorporated in Delaware and headquartered in Foster City, California, United States. Customers included Microsoft, HotBot, Amazon.com, eBay, and Walmart.[3] The company developed Traffic Server, a proxy server web cache for world wide web traffic and on-demand streaming media which transcoded images down to a smaller size for users of dial-up Internet access
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Real-time Computing
Real-time computing (RTC), or reactive computing is the computer science term for hardware and software systems subject to a "real-time constraint", for example from event to system response.[citation needed] Real-time programs must guarantee response within specified time constraints, often referred to as "deadlines".[1] Real-time responses are often understood to be in the order of milliseconds, and sometimes microseconds. A system not specified as operating in real time cannot usually guarantee a response within any timeframe, although typical or expected response times may be given
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Empas
Empas (hangul: 엠파스) was one of the popular total internet search tools and web portal sites in South Korea.[2] The service was launched in 1998 by Knowledge Plant Corporation (지식발전소), which changed its name to Empas Corporation in 2004. The name Empas is a combination of e-media and compass. Before its merger with Nate in 2009, Empas was one of South Korea's most popular web search engines, and competed with Yahoo! Korea, Daum, Nate, and Naver. Empas was the second most popular web portal in the country from 2000 to 2001, by unique page view, behind Yahoo! Korea. Since the dominance of Naver started in 2003, however, the market share of Empas declined, and by late 2005, it had fallen into the fifth place amongst the South Korean web portals
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Web Page
A web page (or webpage) is a specific collection of information provided by a website and displayed to a user in a web browser. A website typically consists of many web pages linked together in a coherent fashion. The name "web page" is a metaphor of paper pages bound together into a book. The core element of a web page is one or more text files written in the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).[1] Many web pages also make use of JavaScript code for dynamic behavior and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) code for presentation semantics.[1] Images, videos, and other multimedia files are also often embedded in web pages. Each web page is identified by a distinct Uniform Resource Locator (URL). When the user inputs a URL into their browser, that page's elements are downloaded from web servers
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Magellan (search Engine)
Excite (stylized as excite) is a web portal launched in 1995 that provides a variety of content including news and weather, a metasearch engine, a web-based email, instant messaging, stock quotes, and a customizable user homepage. It is currently operated by IAC Applications (formerly Mindspark) of IAC, and Excite Networks. In the U.S., the main Excite site has long been a personal start page called My Excite. Excite also operates an e-mail service, registration for a new account was not obtainable for a short period but was obtainable again in late 2019. The original Excite company was founded in 1994 and went public two years later. Excite was one of the most recognized brands on the Internet that decade, with the main portal site Excite.com being the sixth most visited website in 1997 and fourth by 2000.[1] The company merged with broadband provider @Home Network but together went bankrupt in 2001
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Go.com
Go.com (also known as The Go Network) is a portal for Disney content that was created after The Walt Disney Company acquired the search engine Infoseek. Go.com is currently operated by Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, one of four divisions of the company. It began as a web portal launched by Jeff Gold.[2] Go.com includes content from ABC News, which is owned by Walt Disney Television and is hosted under a .go.com name. Along with Time Warner's Pathfinder.com, Go.com proved to be an expensive failure for its parent company, as web users largely preferred to use search engines to access content directly, rather than using directories
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Northern Light Group
Northern Light Group, LLC is a company specializing in strategic research portals[clarification needed], enterprise search technology, and text analytics solutions. The company provides custom, hosted, turnkey solutions[buzzword] for its clients using the software as a service (SaaS) delivery model. Northern Light markets its strategic research portals under the tradename SinglePoint. Typical applications for SinglePoint strategic research portals are in market research, competitive intelligence, product management, product development, and technology research. Northern Light's client base consists of global companies that typically have more than $10 billion in annual sales. Companies that have stated publicly that they use SinglePoint research portals from Northern Light include HP, Verizon, Symantec, SAP, and Cisco.[
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