OMTPOpen Mobile Terminal Platform
OMTPOnline Multimedia Transport Protocol
OMTPOver-Molded Thin Package
OMTPOpen Modular Telematic Platform
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IXI is a member of OMTP, the Open Mobile Terminal Platform group.
The OMTP group was established in June 2004 by eight international mobile operators to collaborate with companies in all sectors of the mobile space to promote its goals through open standards and different technologies.
"Our vision is to leverage the openness of the Palm OS platform together with the OMTP group's requirements in order to give users of Palm Powered devices seamless interoperability across smart mobile devices."
OMTP is preparing the launch of its Open Source Reference Implementation for BONDI.
Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP), a mobile operator sponsored forum, has released a set of requirements which provide direction on the support of a consistent set of Bluetooth profiles for mobile devices and accessories.
OMTP said that Bluetooth has evolved to support many types of functionality via profiles and, without a recommended design for mobile handsets, many different designs could possibly come to market.
Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP), a mobile operator sponsored forum, announced on Monday (22 October) the release of its mobile security whitepaper entitled 'Mobile Handset Security: Securing Open Devices and Enabling Trust.'
The OMTP members aim to enhance the consumer experience when using mobile devices and its recent security recommendations cover the topic of enhancing user confidence.
Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP), a mobile operator sponsored forum, announced on Wednesday (2 May) that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Korea Wireless Internet Standardization Forum (KWISF), which consists of Korean wireless operators and handset makers, the creators of WIPI (Wireless Internet Platform for Interoperability).
Under the terms of the MoU, OMTP and KWISF agreedto work together to drive international standards for mobile and IP-based services in world markets, with the Korean body stating itsintent to include OMTP recommendations in its future specifications.
Mobile phone operators including mmO2, NTT DoCoMo, Orange, SMART Communications, TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile), T-Mobile and Vodafone have announced that they will issue a definition of widely accepted requirements for an open mobile terminal platform (OMTP).
The operators will pursue their aim through a new company called OMTP Limited which will define standard platform requirements so that customers can get a more consistent and improved user experience across different devices while still allowing brand customisation.