OMA SpecWorks – a new approach to standards development
Streamlined processes and expertise from across the wireless industry focused on delivering specifications at the services layer that support the billions of new and existing fixed and mobile terminals across a variety of networks, including traditional cellular operator networks and the Internet of Things (IoT). Learn more
The IoT movement and 5G will grow at one of technology’s fastest rates in coming years.
Keeping solutions at the edge manageable, secure and cost-effective is critical for growth to happen. LwM2M takes a standard-based approach, aiming at harmonizing the IoT ecosystem and providing a comprehensive and flexible solution. With many success stories in cellular IoT, LwM2M will remain the standard of choice as it grows to cover a broader scope of use cases in 5G.
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Developers wanted – build products and services based on OMA SpecWorks
OMA SpecWorks houses more than 150 specifications defined at the Open Mobile Alliance, IOT Smart Objects created at the IPSO Alliance, and developer tools and resources that facilitate the development of products based on LightweightM2M (LwM2M), the IoT industry’s protocol for device management.
Join OMA SpecWorks – Accomplish your company’s goals
Are you looking for a specifications factory that continually strives to optimize the delicate balance between the need for consensus and time to market through tools and simplified procedures, while empowering the people doing the work to complete a work item in the minimal amount of time? Join OMA SpecWorks and contribute to one of our current working groups, or quickly ramp up a new one to fit your needs.
Contribute to the OMA SpecWorks Technical Program
The OMA SpecWorks API program provides standardized interfaces to the service infrastructure residing within communication networks and on devices. Focused primarily between the service access layer and generic network capabilities, specifications allow service providers to expose device capabilities and network resources in an open and programmable way.
The COM Working Group is responsible for service layer standardization of communications related technologies, including areas such as Messaging, Push-to-talk over Cellular, Presence, Contact Information and Address Book, Media and Data Management, Enhanced Visual Voice Mail and Spam Reporting.