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Implications of IMS and SIP on the Evolution of Mobile Applications

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3 Author(s)
O. Rashid ; Informatics, Department of Communication Systems, Lancaster University, UK; PhD student at the Department of Communication Systems, Lancaster University UK. e-mail: m.rashid@lancaster.ac.uk ; P. Coulton ; R. Edwards

The emergence of IMS and SIP has major ramifications for the whole of mobile industry including network providers, end users and application developers. This paper focuses on the evolution of mobile entertainment applications towards the utilization of rich multimedia content coupled with presence and localization awareness and how Java, the dominant development platform for mobile phones, will cope with these new challenges

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2006 IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics

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