Definition Edit

An information appliance access point is

[t]he place where an information appliance attaches to the [ Internet ] to obtain services. Typically, this will be through some provider associated with the physical attachment, for "wired" information appliances, or with the "air link" for wireless information appliances.[1]

References Edit

  1. Framework for National Information Infrastructure Services, at A-6.

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