Driving adoption of mobile data services


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 mobile industry is enabled by data specifications defined by the Open Mobile Alliance and implemented by OMA’s industry-leading members across the wireless ecosystem.

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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  • 04.22.15 OMA 2015 Newsletter Volume 1

     OMA Quarterly 2015 Volume 1 Table of Contents Address from the Technical Plenary Chair Upcoming OMA Meeting in Miami – Register Today! Mobile World Congress 2015 – OMA Enablers in Action! LWM2M TestFest Held in Dusseldorf Technical Achievements New Work Items Elections Q1 2015 Events Calendar New Members OMA in the News  

  • 04.16.15 OMA GotAPI to Facilitate Interaction Between Smartphones and IoT Devices

    Generic Open Terminal API Framework Provides Tool for Developers to Achieve Interoperability Across Devices San Diego, CA – 16 April 2015 – The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) today announced the availability of the OMA Generic Open Terminal API Framework (GotAPI) Version 1.0. OMA GotAPI is a comprehensive framework that enables Web-based device APIs to work seamlessly on […]

  • 04.15.15 OMA supports vertical industries for 5G services

    Interview with Eshwar Pittampalli, Director of Market Development, OMA 24 March 2015 | Telecom TV — Today’s developer community relies more on toolkits and collaborative forums to create network apps and services. To help them with the move to end to end 5G networks, the OMA will continue its role to develop standards for the lower service layers of […]

  • 04.01.15 OMA license granted to 3GPP

    OMA license granted to 3GPP 30 March 2015 | 3gpp.org — A copyright agreement is now in place that will allow the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Push-to-Communicate for Public Safety (PCPS) specifications – based on OMA Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC) – to be used in 3GPP specifications for mission-critical Push To Talk (MCPTT). The agreement, approved by the […]

  • 03.27.15 LTE World Summit Returns as LTE Accelerates

    LTE World Summit Returns as LTE Accelerates Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 26 March 2015 – As global LTE adoption continues to accelerate, and with last year alone witnessing 360 LTE deployments launched across 124 countries, the 11th Annual LTE World Summit (23-25 June) returns this year at an exciting time for the industry. Co-located with the 5G […]


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