Building specifications for the future of wireless


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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  • 10.09.15 Innovation: Faster, Higher, Stronger

    Proposed GNSS Navigation Messages for Improved Performance By Wentao Zhang and Yang Gao | October 8, 2015, GPS World — Time-To-First-Fix, commonly known by the initialism TTFF, is the elapsed time between the powering on or starting up of a GNSS receiver and when it successfully computes either a two-dimensional (height constrained) or three-dimensional position fix and sets […]

  • 09.28.15 Tracking, monitoring & metering: How to build an IoT solution

    C-level briefing: Jari Salminen, MD at Cumulocity reveals that building an IoT solution is all about recycling. By Joao Lima | September 28, 2015, Computer Business Review — The IoT spectrum is evolving rapidly and companies are being faced with a surge in demand to which they have to find innovative and fast ways to answer to. Speaking […]

  • 09.10.15 IOT to Drive Expansion in China’s Economy

    IOT to Drive Expansion in China’s Economy By Zhu Shenshen | September 10, 2015, — The Internet of Things will be a major force powering China’s economic growth, with the IOT’s contribution to the economy expected to be a combined US$1.8 trillion by 2030, Accenture said in a report yesterday. The total IOT market in China is […]

  • 08.25.15 3 Key Benefits of Lightweight Machine to Machine Standards

    3 Key Benefits of Lightweight Machine to Machine Standards mformation, Mformation Blog — Earth’s human population isn’t growing nearly as quickly as its machine population. There are expected to be 20 billion devices connected to the web by 2020. Some estimates rise as high as 50 billion. M2M devices far outnumber ordinary electronics like PCs, cell phones […]

  • 07.27.15 The Need for standardisation in the M2M services layer

    The Need for standardisation in the M2M services layer m2mnow, Posted by: Friedhelm Rodermund, July 27, 2015 — With a strong industry forecast of significant growth in connected M2M devices reaching billions within the next five years, it is clear that all sectors from consumer devices and healthcare, to transportation, retail and public safety will be impacted in a […]


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