Consulting Services

Software Development

True Meridian provides general purpose software development services that span a wide range of front end, middleware and backbend database development. We specialize in three-tier and multi-tier architectures for development of fault tolerant solutions. See more...

Opensource Systems

Open-source software is computer software whose source code is available under a copyright license that permits users to study, change, and improve the software, and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified form

The term "Open Source" was originally intended to be trademark able, however, the term was deemed too descriptive, so no trademark exists. The OSI would prefer that people treat Open Source as if it were a trademark, and use it only to describe software licensed under an OSI approved license. However, most writers use "open source" as a generic term rather than a trademark.

The Open-source software, started in 1985, intended the word 'free' to mean "free as in free speech" and not "free as in free beer." Since a great deal of free software already was (and still is) free of charge, such free software became associated with zero cost, which seemed anti-commercial. See more...

IPv6 Consulting

Internet is built upon a protocol suite called TCP/IP. This abbreviation stands for Transmission Control Protocol, and Internet Protocol.

When your computer communicates with the Internet a unique IP address is used to transfer and receive information. Yesterdays IP standard is called IPv4. Sadly most ISPs and services still only deliver this ancient technology standardized in September 1981. What you will want after reading on is IPv6, also referred to as IP Next Generation (IPNG).

IP version 4 defines a 32-bit address. This means there are 2^32 (4,294,967,296) unique IPv4 addresses available. This may sound like a big number. It is not, most of them are already tied up and the Internet is simply running out of IPs. The address shortage problem is aggravated by the fact that portions of the IP address space have not been efficiently allocated. See more...

Network Planning and Audit

Network planning and Audit is an iterative process, encompassing topological design, network-synthesis,audit and network-realization, and is aimed at ensuring that a new network or service meets the needs of the subscriber and operator. The process can be tailored according to each new network or service. See more...