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Sports Open Data is a project started in June 2015 created by Paolo Riva, Riccardo Quatra and Fabio Sgroi. This project was born by a need we've found when looking for statistics in Sports: no website offers its data in an Open Data way. Sports Open Data will work in this way: by providing a JSON REST API, Sports Open Data allow you to manage data for every single match we've stored on our database. And that's not over: Sports Open Data has been structured as an Open Organization: feel free to partecipate to our project or simply be part of our community to make it grow day by day. Open Data created by users for users.
Lufthansa Open API is your way to the Lufthansa Group data! We are steadily opening data from all around the group with a focus on airlines. The Open API is maintained and continuously enhanced by Lufthansa IT together with the Lufthansa Innovation Hub. Take a look at our developer portal for information on our data, the partner program and ways to get in contact with us.
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IronWifi offers a powerful Application Program Interface (API) that can be used to integrate IronWifi RADIUS authentication services with user and guest management systems. The API framework allows your platform to interact with the network access control platform provided by IronWifi. With the IronWifi API, user management systems can dynamically update the RADIUS server to instantly create or delete users in the IronWifi database, and you can set or modify access rights. When a user attempts to access the network, IronWifi uses the updated credentials as the basis for permitting activities on the network. When a user attempts to access a WiFi network, the Access Point can send a RADIUS request to IronWifi RADIUS. IronWifi authenticates the user based on the updated credentials. To receive technical assistance with your IronWifi API project, or to discuss any advanced requirements that you may have, please contact us at [email protected], or call +1 (800) 963-6221.
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About Open Garden
Open Garden, Inc. is an American company based in San Francisco, California, that develops a free, closed source mobile application called FireChat that enables peer-to-peermobile Internetconnection sharing with faster and more efficient data transmissions by automatically and actively choosing and switching to the best available network without requiring users to manually sift through available networks to find the best one available. Open Garden supports and promotes open wireless networks and is a member of the Open Wireless Coalition, which was founded by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Open Garden, Inc. was co-founded in 2011 by businessman Micha Benoliel, Systems architect Taylor Ongaro, Internet architect Stanislav Shalunov and software developer Greg Hazel in San Francisco, California in the United States. In the period between 2004 and 2005, Benoliel was working with Skype, as well as negotiating the deals with European telecommunication companies that provided the fundamentals for Skype In and Skype Out. Kevin Restivo, a senior analyst from International Data Corporation, stated that Open Garden is most likely to be popular among consumers in emerging mobile markets such as Africa, where relatively few people have cell phones, incomes are low, and people are more likely to share their phone service. Open Garden and its product were introduced on October 11, 2011 at the Android Open 2011, where they won the Startup Showcase Award. AT&T spokesman Mark Siegel stated that Open Garden violates company policies by enabling unauthorized tethering and mobile connection sharing.