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"2net Limited has announced availability of their Embedded Control Server for Linux. Unlike mainstream web servers such as Apache, the Embedded Control Server has been designed from the start for embedded systems. At only 70 Kb it is one of the smallest Linux web servers available. More important is the addition of facilities that allow real-time control from any standard web browser. Real-time control is achieved using the innovative Control Variable Protocol (CVP) to send updates to Control Variables in a highly efficient manner."

"The package includes a range of Java Control Applets such as push buttons, sliders and gauges that can be simply pasted into a web page to create a virtual control panel. Also included is the Remote Control Centre, which allows engineers to check on the status of the device and upload or download files from anywhere in the world."

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