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3GPP2 Evolution Workshop Enabling applications and services Mark Cataldo Chairman, OMA Technical Plenary 27 th June, 2005. Open Mobile Alliance. 1. Vision and Mission of OMA The Need for Interoperable Standards OMA Market Position Industry Consolidation and Collaboration

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3gpp2 evolution workshop enabling applications and services mark cataldo

3GPP2 Evolution Workshop

Enabling applications and services

Mark Cataldo

Chairman, OMA Technical Plenary

27th June, 2005


Open mobile alliance

Open Mobile Alliance

1

Vision and Mission of OMA

The Need for Interoperable Standards

OMA Market Position

Industry Consolidation and Collaboration

OMA Deliverable and Enabler Releases

2

3

4

5


Oma vision

OMA Vision

No matter what device I have, no matter what service I want, no matter what carrier or network I’m using, I can communicate, access and exchange information.


Oma mission

OMA Mission

The mission of the Open Mobile Alliance is to facilitate global user adoption of mobile data services by specifying market driven mobile service enablers that ensure service interoperability across devices, geographies, service providers, operators, and networks while allowing businesses to compete through innovationand differentiation.


Oma a unique industry forum

OMA: A Unique Industry Forum

  • OMA is different because it brings together all of the links in the value chain

    • Wireless Vendors

    • Information Technology Companies

    • Mobile Operators

    • Application and Content Providers

  • Representation from companies of all sizes and across all geographic barriers

  • Deliver on end-to-end services and solutions and a truly open standard


Today s standards landscape

Today’s Standards Landscape

X1

OITDA

JEIDA

S1

P1

INSTAC

T1

FCC

TR46

TR45

A1

MITF

E1

CSA

TIA

TR41

FO2

M1

CIAJ

PCC.III

TR30

FO6

CITEL

L3

CEPT

EP

T3

J22

PCC.I

NCITS

ARIB

CAC

CEN/

CENELEC

B5

ETSI

T4

GMM CG

ISOC

V1

TC

GSM

Assoc

CDG

Mobey

Forum

MPT/TTC

Council

ECMA

ANSI

IETF

TC-32

OMG

NNI

PHS

MoU

Parlay

IEEE

ITU

SDR

TTC

Comm.

OASIS

DIN

AIC

ITU-T

JTC1

ITU-R

ISO

MPF

AFNOR

ITU-D

NATIONAL

OMA

REGIONAL

Paycircle

IEC

JISC

GLOBAL

3GPP

3GPP2

IMTC

BSI

Liberty

Alliance

MPA

POSIX

Blue

tooth

GMCF

JAIN

IFPI

UWCC

INForum

APT

OIF

W3C

OIDA

MMCF

MIPI

IMTC

SIF

ASTAP

RIAA

NIST

CWTS

NM

IP

UL

ECTEL

CTSI

NS

EMC

TR & ACC

PCIA

IMT-2000

EIA

TTA

SIA

SEMI

NEMA

CTIA

MMTA

ICSCA

EMA


The need for interoperable standards

The Need for Interoperable Standards

A Simple Service Solution

Client

Server

Service Enabler


The need for interoperable standards1

Multiple Clients

Multiple Terminals

Multiple Services

Multiple Communications Protocols

Multiple Application Servers

Multiple Enablers

The Need for Interoperable Standards


The need for interoperable standards2

The Need for Interoperable Standards


Oma market position

OMA Market Position

Foster the growth of mobile services

End-2-end interoperability

Consolidate overlapping standard fora and cooperate with others

Cater for the whole mobile services value chain


End 2 end interoperability

End-2-End Interoperability

  • High-quality open standards and specifications

  • Interoperability testing (IOT), including multi-standard interoperability

  • Wide adoption of open standards over proprietary alternatives


3gpp2 evolution workshop enabling applications and services mark cataldo

Consolidation of Industry Organizations

To date, six affiliates have consolidated into OMA

In addition, work inherited from WAP Forum continues throughout the organization


Oma collaborates with other organizations

OMA Collaborates with Other Organizations

  • OMA has established cooperation agreements with many external organizations allowing for:

    • Closer cooperation and cross-participation between organizations

    • Document and information exchange

    • Other forms of cooperation as needed, including:

      • Joint MMS Workshop with 3GPP, 3GPP2, CDG, GSMA

  • OMA has established relationships with 17 industry organizations and SDO’s

    • Discussions underway with many more organizations


External liaisons with outside organizations

External Liaisons with Outside Organizations


Industry collaboration

Industry Collaboration

  • More Co-Operation with Certification Bodies

    • Formal Relationships, Information Sharing

    • Feedback on OMA Draft Specifications

    • Feedback on Priorities, Markets and Timelines

    • Reliance on OMA Achievements

      • Enabler Test Specifications

      • Use of TestFest Participation and Results to Augment Certification Process

    • Use of Common Tools

    • Certification Visibility, Web Links, Promotion of Results and Recognition of OMA


Industry collaboration1

Industry Collaboration

  • More Involvement of Test Tool Industry

    • Engage for Drafting Test Specifications

    • Contribute on Testability and Automation of testing

    • Additional Conformance Tools aligned with OMA Specifications

    • Involvement of Test Tool Industry in TestFests


Scope of oma deliverables

Scope of OMA Deliverables

  • OMA generated specifications

    • Based on market-driven requirements and use cases

  • OMA Release Programme

    • Delivers complete specifications packaged into “Enabler Releases”

    • Enabler Releases may consist of one or more specifications

  • OMA testing

    • Verifies Enabler Releases in interoperability test events for products built using OMA technical specifications

    • Enabler Releases used by different organizations to develop differentiating interoperable products and services

  • Enabler Test Specifications to be used in OMA interoperability test events or other interoperability testing

  • Others

    • Reports, analyses, white papers, industry studies etc.


Market driven activities

Market-Driven Activities

  • Members propose work items

    • If approved, items define a specification activity

  • Work items generated based on market needs

    • Use cases created to verify market needs

    • Requirements captured from use cases in Requirements Document

    • Architecture Document is defined to support the Requirements Document

      • Detailed technical specifications to enable requirements generated

  • Above documents are used to produce a set of functional specifications

    • Packaged document called an Enabler Release

  • Multiple reviews ensure consistency with market-driven requirements


3gpp2 evolution workshop enabling applications and services mark cataldo

OMA Candidate Enabler Releases

OMA Mobile Location Protocol 3.1

OMA Mobile Location Service 1.0

OMA On-Board Key Generator 1.0

OMA Online Certificate Status Protocol Mobile Profile 1.0

OMA Presence Simple 1.0

OMA Push to Talk Over Cellular 1.0

OMA Standard Transcoding Interface 1.0

OMA SyncML Common 1.2

OMA User Agent Profile 1.1

OMA User Agent Profile 2.0

OMA vObject Minimum Interoperability Profile 1.0

OMA Wireless Public Key Infrastructure 1.0

OMA XML Document Management 1.0

OMA Billing framework 1.0

OMA Browsing 2.1

OMA Browsing 2.2

OMA Browsing 2.3

OMA Browser Protocol Stack 2.1

OMA Client provisioning 1.1

OMA Data Synchronization 1.2

OMA Device Management 1.2

OMA Digital Rights Management 2.0

OMA Domain Name Server 1.0

OMA Email Notification 1.0

OMA External Functionality Interface 1.1

OMA Game Services 1.0

OMA IMS in OMA 1.0


3gpp2 evolution workshop enabling applications and services mark cataldo

OMA Approved Enabler Releases

OMA Data Synchronization 1.1.2

OMA Device Management 1.1.2

OMA Digital Rights Management 1.0

OMA Download 1.0

OMA Instant Messaging and Presence Service 1.1

OMA Instant Messaging and Presence Service 1.2

OMA Multimedia Messaging Service 1.1

OMA Multimedia Messaging Service 1.2

OMA SyncML Common Specification 1.1.2

OMA Web Services 1.0


Oma enablers tested

OMA Enablers Tested

  • Nine OMA TestFests conducted to date

  • 438 implementations tested

IMPS59 clients / 50 servers Data Synchronization56 clients / 29 servers

MMS52 clients / 33 servers

DRM 1.032 clients / 18 servers

DRM 2.012 clients / 8 servers

Device Management22 clients / 24 servers

Download 6 clients / 2 servers

Client Provisioning8 clients / 5 servers

Push-to-Talk 8clients / 6servers


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