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by Musa Unmehopa,Michael Brenner

Author: Musa Unmehopa,Michael Brenner
Subcategory: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 17, 2008)
Pages: 530 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
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The Open Mobile Alliance: Provides a comprehensive overview of the service enablers published by the .

The Open Mobile Alliance: Provides a comprehensive overview of the service enablers published by the OMA, tying together all the different piece parts developed by the individual working groups. Offers a thorough introduction to the OMA Service Environments (OSE) and the specification process for enabling technologies. Discusses enablers for services such as gaming, IMS, Parlay, mobile broadcast and web services. The Open Mobile Alliance Alliance is an invaluable resource for OMA members, product managers, network architects and planners, standards managers, standards engineers and IT professionals.

The Open Mobile Alliance book. Michael Brenner, Musa Unmehopa. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A practical overview of OMA specifications and how theyenable mobile multimedia services & much more.

Delivering Service Enablers for Next-Generation Applications. The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) is an industry forum, which develops open specifications to help in the creation of applications and services to be deployed over converged networks

The Open Mobile Alliance : Delivering Service Enablers for Next-Generation Applications. The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) is an industry forum, which develops open specifications to help in the creation of applications and services to be deployed over converged networks.

generation applications, Michael Brenner, Musa Unmehopa p. c. This book intends to provide a unique overview of the industry landscape for service enablers for Next-Generation Applications, as it is currently being developed by the Open Mobile AllianceTM

generation applications, Michael Brenner, Musa Unmehopa p. cm. Includes index. ISBN 978-0-470-51918-9 (cloth) 1. Mobile communication systems. This book intends to provide a unique overview of the industry landscape for service enablers for Next-Generation Applications, as it is currently being developed by the Open Mobile AllianceTM. The rst part of the book provides an overall but concise introduction into the subject matter covered in this book, that is, service enablers for Next-Generation Applications. It describes the problems that service enablers are attempting to solve.

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The Open Mobile Alliance: - Provides a comprehensive overview of the service enablers published by. Contains contributions from all stakeholders in the mobile application value chain.

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by Michael Brenner, Musa Unmehopa. ISBN 9780470519189 (978-0-470-51918-9) Hardcover, Wiley, 2008. Find signed collectible books: 'The Open Mobile Alliance: Delivering Service Enablers for Next-Generation Applications'. Parlay, OSA: From Standards to Reality. by Musa Unmehopa, Kumar Vemuri, Andy Bennett.

A practical overview of OMA specifications and how theyenable mobile multimedia services & much more …!

The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) is an industry forum, whichdevelops open specifications to help in the creation ofapplications and services to be deployed over converged networks.The alliance is the leading industry forum for generatingmarket-driven specifications for interoperable mobile serviceenablers that facilitate global user adoptions of mobile multimediaservices. Members include traditional wireless industry segments,such as mobile operators mobile operators (e.g. AT&T, ChinaMobile, Orange, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Vodafone),equipment and mobile systems manufacturers (e.g. Alcatel-Lucent,Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, Philips, Samsung, Siemens,Sony-Ericsson), and Information Technology vendors (e.g. BEASystems, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle Corporation, Sun Microsystems andNEC). Since its formation in 2002, the OMA has made significantprogress in areas such as push-to-talk over cellular, devicemanagement, presence and group management, and messaging.

The Open Mobile Alliance:

Provides a comprehensive overview of the service enablerspublished by the OMA, tying together all the different piece partsdeveloped by the individual working groupsOffers a thorough introduction to the OMA Service Environments(OSE) and the specification process for enabling technologies.Discusses enablers for services such as gaming, IMS, Parlay,mobile broadcast and web services.Contains contributions from all stakeholders in the mobileapplication value chain.

The Open Mobile Alliance Alliance is an invaluableresource for OMA members, product managers, network architects andplanners, standards managers, standards engineers and ITprofessionals. Advanced Students and lecturers on mobileapplication development and standardization courses will also findthis book of interest."The success of OMA is due to itsindividual members' contributions, and this book is testament totheir hard work.  The individual members' efforts and theauthors of this book are to be congratulated on their magnificentachievements." Mark Cataldo, Senior Advisor, Orange SA, OMATechnical Plenary Chairman