SSH Secure Shell for Handhelds is the result of a strategic partnership between SSH and Symbian, the leading software platform provider for Wireless Information Devices.
What does WID stand for?
WID stands for Wireless Information Device
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of WID
We have 44 other meanings of WID in our Acronym Attic
- Web Information Directory (Xerox)
- Weekly Intelligence Digest
- West Indian Dialect
- Westbank Irrigation District (Canada)
- What It Do?
- When It's Done
- Windows Internal Database (Microsoft)
- Wine Industry Directory (Australia and New Zealand)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The openness of Wireless Information Devices poses new security issues which must be addressed," said Risto Siilasmaa, CEO and President of F-Secure Corporation.
The popularity of wireless Web-capable PalmPilot VIIs has many looking to a proliferation of similar wireless information devices that free the consumer from the clunky desktop computer.
Texas Instruments and ARM will collaborate on a DSP and Microcontroller platform for next-generation wireless information devices such as smart phones, personal communicators and wireless Internet-enabled products, the two firms said last week.
The Symbian consortium has bought out Origin UK's Advanced Technology Group to develop software and microprocessor reference designs for their wireless information devices.
About WordLogic Corporation WordLogic Corporation is a progressive developer and licenser of advanced text input software for wireless information devices.
About Symbian Symbian owns, licenses, develops and supports leading software, user interfaces, application frameworks and development tools for Wireless Information Devices such as Communicators and Smartphones.
Symbian Ltd, the London-based wireless information device software company, says its arrangement with UK firm STNC Ltd for its web browsing technology will be unaffected by Symbian's recent deal with Milpitas, California-based Sun Microsystems Inc.