IMS/NGN Forum Announces Launch of the Industry’s First SDP Study Group
By Michael Khalilian
The IMS SDP Working Group will be officially
launched at the Informa IMS/SDP Summit in November
2008. This new working group allows both member
companies and individual contributors to work together
toward the creation, testing, and integration of SDP
and IMS/NGN architecture.
The IMS/NGN Forum takes the lead, as the focus shifts to monetizing IMS architecture
using Service Delivery Platform (SDP) and composite applications. The
SDP enables integrating and exploiting the IP network capability in rendering
value-added services to the consumer and enterprise customers.
rapid development and deployment of new converged
multimedia services, from basic phone services to M-play
(mobility and multimedia) applications.
Since SDP is not yet standardized, the IMS/NGN Forum
initiated the Industry’s first SDP study group with the
mission to develop best practice for the implementation
of SDP services and interoperability test and certification
plans to include the following:
• Interoperability of the various components in the
Service Layer, Session Layer and the Client on the enddevice/
Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
• Policy and business process management
• Integration of other service components such as Service
Creation Environment (SCE) and Service Oriented Architecture
(SOA) middleware’s, Web 2.0 and Enterprise
2.0 which use a restricted Web services model
For registering with this newly-formed working group, please send an email to [email protected]. The
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SDP group, which is also supported by the over 2,000 members of our Technical IMS open community, is inviting service providers, system integrators, equipment and solutions vendors to join the technical, business and best practices development as part of this SDP Working Group.
For membership information, or to participate in IMS
Forum working groups, plugfest and membership information,
please visit www.IMSForum.org or contact Michael
Khalilian at [email protected].
Michael Khalilian is Chairman and President of the IMS/NGN Forum (www.IMSForum.org, www.NGNForum.org, [email protected]).
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