OMA

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OMAOffice for Metropolitan Architecture (Netherlands)
OMAOutlook Mobile Access
OMAOregon Medical Association
OMAOffice of Multicultural Affairs
OMAOrlando Museum of Art (Florida)
OMAOffice of Minority Affairs
OMAOpen Mobile Alliance
OMAOne-Man Army (Quake 3 Arena clan)
OMAOntario Medical Association (Canada)
OMAOpen Meetings Act
OMAOfficial Methods of Analysis (US Department of Agriculture)
OMAObject Management Architecture
OMAOnline Marketing Agency
OMAOperations Maintenance Area
OMAOperation Management Applications
OMAOptical Multichannel Analyzer
OMAOlimpíada Matemática Argentina
OMAOntario Museum Association
OMAOntario Mining Association (Canada)
OMAOpsoclonus-Myoclonus-Ataxia (syndrome)
OMAOceanside Museum of Art (California)
OMAOphthalmic Medical Assisting (courses)
OMAOracle Management Agent
OMAOklahoma Museums Association (est. 1972)
OMAOptical Modulation Amplitude (IEEE)
OMAOff Madison Ave (advertising; Arizona)
OMAOffice of Management Assessment
OMAOffice of Military Affairs (US CIA)
OMAOffice on Muslim Affairs
OMAOperations, Maintenance and Administration (various companies)
OMAOrganizational Management Analysis
OMAOregon Mediation Association
OMAOrderly Marketing Agreement
OMAOutmusic Award (international gay music award)
OMAOcular Motor Apraxia
OMAOpto-Mechanical Assembly
OMAOh My Anubis
OMAOpen Meta Archive
OMAOperator Monitoring Assessment
OMAOffice of Management and Administration
OMAOperations Management Association
OMAOklahoma Military Academy
OMAOpen Management Architecture (3Com)
OMAOracle Modernization Alliance (software)
OMAOrganizational Maintenance Activity
OMAOperations & Maintenance, Army
OMAOmaha, NE, USA - Eppley Airfield (Airport Code)
OMAOdd-Mode Analysis
OMAOstfriesischer Motorrad Anzeiger (German motorcycle magazine)
OMAOnline Manual Archive
OMAOutdoor Ministries Association (Church of the Brethren camping and outdoor education)
OMAOld Motorcycle Association (Belgium)
OMAOperations, Management, and Administration (US FEMA)
OMAOrganisation Mondiale de l'Autisme (World Autism Organisation)
OMAOh My Allah
OMAOilheat Manufacturers Association
OMAOrlando Music Awards
OMAOperations Management Application
OMAOffice of Military Application (US DOE)
OMAOil-Mineral Aggregate Formation
OMAObject-based Mapping Automata
OMAOptical Manufacturers Association (various locations)
OMAOrder Of Magnitude Analysis
OMAOne-Minute Average
OMAOh My Alice (Internet slang)
OMAOptomechanical Assembly
OMAOutput Module Arbiter
OMAOffice of Members' Advocates (Wikipedian voluntary group; now Association of Members' Advocates, AMA)
OMAOffsite Meeting Authorization (Sprint)
OMAOrwin Manor Association (Winter Park, FL)
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The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) and the IPSO Alliance (IPSO) has announced that IPSO has transferred its assets, work and memberships to the OMA, forming a joint organization called OMA SpecWorks, the company said.
The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) delivers open specifications for creating interoperable services that work across all geographical boundaries on any bearer network.
The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) name and logo are trademarks of Open Mobile Alliance Ltd.
This professional reference, which also works well in the classroom for advanced students, overviews such issues as the silo syndrome, the purposes of the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), interoperability, policy enforcement, policy evaluation, specifications, architectures, service technology realization and providers and enablers, including those for security, presence and list management, push-to-talk, mobile e-mail, device management, digital rights, broadcast, dynamic content delivery, global permissions, screening, game services, location, and mobile applications.
The Open Mobile Alliance and trends in supporting the mobile services industry.
SyncML is part of the Open Mobile Alliance (http://www.openmobilealliance.org/).
The common standard has been defined by the Open Mobile Alliance, which was set up in June 2002 and new contains more than 350 companies, including the leading operators, manufacturers, IT firms, application developers and content providers.
HP has joined the Content Management Licensing Authority (CMLA) as a founding Member Contributor in order to support industry-wide adoption of mobile handsets and other devices that deploy Open Mobile Alliance's Digital Rights Management (DRM) version 2.0 technical specification.
Wireless Village, or IMPS, is a standard being developed by the Open Mobile Alliance.
XrML has been adopted by MPEG-21 as its Rights Expression Language, and ODRL was recently selected by the Open Mobile Alliance as its rights language for mobile content.
Organizations like the Open Mobile Alliance are attempting to create open development platforms and network infrastructures to solve these problems.
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