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IMS/VCC framework supports TI OMAP, Linux

Feb 21, 2007 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 4 views

HelloSoft has ported its IMS/VCC (IP multimedia subsystem / voice call continuity) framework for dual-mode mobile devices to TI's OMAP850 mobile phone processor. The HelloIMS IMS/VCC client offers users a seamless hand-over between cellular and WiFi networks using a single device and a single user interface, according to the company.

HelloSoft describes HelloIMS as a device framework that enables rapid development of new revenue generating applications and services on wire line or wireless devices. Examples of such applications include Voice Call Continuity (VCC), Presence, Instant Messaging, Push-to-talk, Group-List Management and Video Conferencing.


IMS Client Architecture

The IMS client is an embedded software framework that provides signaling, media framework, and device management functionalities for use by application developers, according to HelloSoft. It provides a set of reusable components and an API (application programming interface) for development of IMS applications and services.

The IMS/VCC Platform is immediately available for licensing, according to HelloSoft. Reference implementations are available for Linux-based feature phones and Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphones.


 
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