Synonyms for oma_dm or Related words with oma_dm

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Examples of "oma_dm"
Red Bend's vDirect Mobile(TM) is an OMA DM-based device management client.
Koneki provides an interactive simulator that facilitates the debugging of OMA-DM communication scenarios, including firmware upgrade (FUMO) operations.
All of the above functions are supported by the OMA DM specification, and a device may optionally implement all or a subset of these features. Since OMA DM specification is aimed at mobile devices, it is designed with sensitivity to the following:
Technically, the OMA DM protocol uses XML for data exchange, more specifically the sub-set defined by SyncML. The device management takes place by communication between a server (which is managing the device) and the client (the device being managed). OMA DM is designed to support and utilize any number of data transports such as:
OMA DM specification is designed for management of mobile devices such as mobile phones, PDAs, and tablet computers. Device management is intended to support the following uses:
REVIVAL has been developed to support a range of mobile operating systems, including iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian and OMA-DM devices.
The ANDSF communicates with the UE over the S14 reference point, which is essentially a synchronization of an OMA-DM management object (MO) specific to ANDSF.
DCMO (Device Capability Management Object) is an Open Mobile Alliance specification that allows a management authority to make use of the functionalities provided by OMA DM v1.2 protocol to remotely manage the device capabilities.
The communication is initiated by the OMA DM server, asynchronously, using any of the methods available such as a WAP Push or SMS. The initial message from server to client is said to be in the form of a notification, or alert message.
Once the communication is established between the server and client, a sequence of messages might be exchanged to complete a given device management task. OMA DM does provide for alerts, which are messages that can occur out of sequence, and can be initiated by either server or client. Such alerts are used to handle errors, abnormal terminations etc.
Koneki was an Eclipse Incubator project created in May 2011 and archived in September 2015, that aims at providing Eclipse-based tools for M2M developers. The initial release of the project has been focusing on the creation of an IDE for the Lua programming language, and a simulator for OMA-DM communications.
OMA Device Management is a device management protocol specified by the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Device Management (DM) Working Group and the Data Synchronization (DS) Working Group. The current approved specification of OMA DM is version 1.2.1, the latest modifications to this version released in June 2008. The candidate release 2.0 was scheduled to be finalized in September 2013.
OMA DM was originally developed by The SyncML Initiative Ltd, an industry consortium formed by many mobile device manufacturers. The SyncML Initiative got consolidated into the OMA umbrella as the scope and use of the specification was expanded to include many more devices and support global operation.
Synchronica was one of the industry's principal users of open industry standards, and their products supported the relevant standards developed by the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA). In 2004, Synchronica became the first company to deploy a live installation of a SyncML device management (now OMA DM) server in a carrier-grade environment, with Siemens Mobile AG.