hi chris et al.
> thanks JM, I can't get too much of the m-services aboutface.
> It's like a standard, but it's not a standard ... i.e.:
> like i-mode but better. </cheeky>
you are welcome. I spent some more time yesterday with M-Services
resulting in an article I published on mobiliser, read more on:
Summing it up: the Mobile Service Initiative (M-Services) is GSMA-driven,
i.e. operator-driven. In Europe there is not 1 dominating, but many
operators. M-Services is guidelines, not a standard, especially
focused on device companies. Reading the specs I understand some
recommendations on GUI (based mainly on Openwave's Mobile Browser),
including colour screens, messaging, basic media object delivery, etc.
Thus, it is quite short-term, really drawing attention to what is
out there, so you are right.
> My question: to what extent does m-services support the legacy
> WAP/HDML base? How much will they rely on the promise of color
> and a better user interface? Cause some (older) americans think of
> a cellphone as an investment, esp. if they bought one of the
> more expensive models, and they're resistant to upgrade.
> umh, just trying to say that better wireless services can be
> achieved to some extent by properly using the stuff out there.
> Jan Michael Hess wrote:
> > dear keitai-lovers,
> > here you find the link for downloading the M-Services
> > guidelines that explicitly are not a standard but a set
> > of guidelines helping especially the handset manufacturers
> > to better understand how standards and service delivery work together.
> > reading this doc should clarify some of your questions.
> > http://www.gsmworld.com/presentations/m_services/aa35.doc
> > enjoy. jansan.
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Received on Tue Jun 19 12:39:28 2001