IMS Application Developer s Handbook

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  • Author : Rogier Noldus
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 504 pages
  • ISBN : 0123821924
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IMS Application Developer s Handbook

IMS Application Developer s Handbook
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  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 23 August 2011
GET THIS BOOK IMS Application Developer s Handbook

IMS Application Developer Handbook will give a hands-on view of exactly what needs to be done by IMS application developers to write an application and take it "live" on an operator's network. It will offer practical guidance on building innovative applications using the features and capabilities of the IMS network, show how the rapidly changing development environment is impacting on the business models employed in the industry and how existing network solutions can be moved towards IMS. The book will

IMS Application Developer s Handbook

IMS Application Developer s Handbook
  • Author : Rogier Noldus,Ulf Olsson,Catherine Mulligan,Ioannis Fikouras,Anders Ryde,Mats Stille
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 20 July 2011
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• Clear, concise and comprehensive view of IMS and Rich Communication Suite (RCS) for developers • Shows how to use RCS to create innovative applications for rapid uptake by end-users • Covers service and operator scenarios for the IMS architecture • Explains IMS architecture and protocols, from an application developer’s perspective IMS Application Developer’s Handbook gives a hands-on view of exactly what needs to be done by IMS application developers to develop an application and take it "live" on an operator’s

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