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Synopsis: Those in the business know that an Internet that's mobile and wireless requires interoperability between applications, network environments, and user identity systems so products can be flexible and versatile. A mobile internet also requires that products accommodate customers, so folks don't go crazy tripping over technical problems; and the system must support open technologies, so applications can multiply. Nokia addresses these challenges with the Mobile Internet Technical Architecture (MITA), described in this three-volume/three-CD-ROM set. The first volume covers existing technologies and the state of standardization. The second sets forth current Nokia solutions to the problems of combining various technologies and demonstrates the MITA tools. The third volume, oriented to the future, includes topics such as browsing, messaging, rich call, QoS, and security, as well as a reference implementation section for validating new concepts and smoothing the way for new products. The included CD-ROMs contain software development material. The set is published in Finland and distributed in the US by Cromland, Inc. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author: The next few years will see the convergence of mobile communications and the Internet resulting in new services, new business models and new business opportunities.
The Internet has become an everyday source of information, entertainment and other services for millions of people around the world. In our vision, the Internet will become mobile and content will go wireless, as voice communication has done. The future is no longer about the Internet but about services on the Mobile Internet. This is a new environment, called the Mobile World, where the evolution paths of mobile communications and the Internet have converged. The Mobile World provides innovative services for consumers, and the development of these services is driven by consumer behavior.
The Mobile World can be perceived as a holistic, evolving environment of the future, but also as an environment on a personal level that enables people to shape their Mobile World through personalized communication services. In the Mobile World, delivering targeted, timely information and services is essential. The key to commercial success in the Mobile World depends on three main factors:
1. Understanding consumer needs, lifestyles and attitudes, and conse quently being able to provide a matching combination of service portfolios and products,
2. Readiness of the business system to enable service consumption, and Being able to match technical architectures to evolving consumer needs and to the evolution of business systems.
3. Those who deliver product categories and platforms with the right services and technologies will be the victors in the Mobile World.
The winning technical architecture in the Mobile World will enable seamless interoperability between key applications, network environments and the user identity/addressing system, limit the complexity of the technical environment supporting services so that consumers do not need to be concerned with the underlying technologies, support open technologies, standards and relevant initiatives, which support and facilitate the deployment of global technologies and services, and stimulate market growth.
The Nokia solution addressing these demands is the Mobile Internet Technical Architecture (MITA). For the players in the field, MITA is the essential framework for creating user-friendly Mobile World experiences. It is an architecture, which comprehensively enables networks to be driven by services. MITA addresses relevant technologies and standardization forums for the Mobile Internet, the current solutions and developer environments provided by Nokia, specifies design principles and technology visions for the Mobile Internet, and describes reference implementations.
Mikko Terho Senior Vice President Nokia
Title: MITA - Mobile Internet Technical ...
Publisher: Nokia; IT Press; Edita Publishing
Publication Date: 2002
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
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