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OPEN MOBILE ALLIANCE

Ever wonder how the wireless industry achieves data application interoperability across international borders, networks and devices? How your favorite mobile data application pulls in location information from the network or updates itself automatically? Much of the seamless interoperability we enjoy across the wireless industry is enabled by data specifications defined by the Open Mobile Alliance and implemented by OMA’s industry-leading members across the wireless ecosystem and the Internet of Things (IoT).

OMA is the wireless industry’s focal point for the development of mobile service enabler specifications, which support the creation of interoperable end-to-end mobile services. OMA drives service enabler architectures and open enabler interfaces that are independent of the underlying wireless networks and platforms and that work across devices, service providers, operators, networks, and geographies. Learn More >

 

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  • 03.23.17 It’s Easy to Manage Wireless IoT Sensor Nodes from the Internet!

    IPSO Alliance, 21 March 2017 — The availability of the Internet Protocol (IP) suite on constrained devices, including IPV6 and 6LowPAN, makes a new kind of interoperability for connected devices and Smart Objects possible. IPSO’s Smart Object Guidelines provide a common design pattern, an object model, that can effectively use the IETF CoAP protocol to provide high-level […]

  • 03.17.17 IWCE to Host an Apps Center and a Wearable Technology Pavilion

    International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) will host an Apps Center and a Wearable Technology Pavilion within the Exhibit Hall, March 29-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The new apps and wearable technologies bring the communications technology sector into the next century. The IWCE Exhibit Hall that will include more than 400 exhibitors showcasing the most […]

  • 03.10.17 Comparing IoT Standards – What Services Do They Provide?

    Jacques Bourhis, co-founder and CTO of IoTerop explores the differences in common IoT standards and the services they can provide to developers looking to differentiate their IoT products and services. Read more>>

  • 03.01.17 Why Bring Your IoT Device to a TestFest

    The first Lightweight IoT blog post by Hatem Oueslati of IoTerop highlighted the importance of interoperability as fundamental to the success of the Internet of Things (IoT). Today, most IoT solutions available are proprietary and incompatible with one another.  Costs incurred due to fragmentation are too high for suppliers, developers and users.  But even if […]

  • 02.28.17 OMA LWM2M: Breaking down the silos that limit IoT at scale

    Peter Aldworth, mbed News, 28 February 2017 – Thanks to everyone for the huge interest in the LwM2M webinar we hosted on February 13th. The timing was excellent as version 1.0 of the LwM2M specification was just finalized and published so we were able to share the most recent developments with our attendees. We often hear concerns […]

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