Definitions for "Walled garden"
Access to a telecoms services restricted to the providers own content.... more on: Walled garden
A subset of Internet web sites that unauthenticated BBSM end users can access.
An online service that makes it easy and attractive to use information services offered by its partners, but slower and harder to use services offered by outsiders. AOL and [email protected] are common examples of Walled Garden information providers. Technically, this is accomplished with selective caching, attenuated connections to the Internet at-large and a new generation of data switches that can selectively delay data enroute to and from non-preferred services.
the strategy adopted by many of the mobile operators. The term refers to the practice of operating closed networks, meaning that only sites which have a deal with the telephone company can be displayed on the device.