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Table 9-1 lists some key issues to consider between the two options. The most immediate benefit of option 1 is the time to market. Instead of trying to connect multiple different systems and relying on middleware to connect everything, this approach enables the creation of a greenfield wireless environment that does not interfere with existing applications. In highly competitive markets where time to market is of significant value, this option makes sense. It is also viable for enterprises whose wireless projects involve entirely new applications and services. For instance, a company may have decided to offer a new customer relationship management (CRM) application for the first time. In this case, option 1 works because the company does not have an existing CRM application that needs to be modified. However, the most significant drawback to option 1 is the potential higher administrative and infrastructure costs of managing a separate wireless system. In addition, enterprises must also allocate an appropriate amount to end-user training. If a wireless project involves an application that users are already familiar with, there are obviously fewer training requirements. Option 2 may be a more painful alternative in the short term, especially for older legacy applications that are not easily adaptable to wireless environments. Nonetheless, this option is still viable for companies that believe that wireless will not introduce any new applications but will extend the capabilities of existing applications instead. As of the spring of 2002, market data on the percentage of companies selecting option 1 over option 2 was elusive. There are companies adopting each approach and even some that are adopting both approaches
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There are a number of constraints shown on the diagram including required time constraints, late arrival constraints, and clock cycle constraints. Required time constraints specify the latest time that a signal can occur. Clock constraints are used to specify the operating frequency of the clock. From the clock constraint, required time constraints of each signal feeding a clocked register can be calculated. Each of these constraints is further described in the next sections.
Finally, we can display the current line of text in the displayStrings[] array at the location (0, y) using the drawString() method: public void paint(Graphics g)
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