Rich Communication Suite (Rcs)

Overview

Rich Communication Suite (RCS) is an industry effort focused on the use of IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) for providing mobile phone communication services. ""Rich Communication"" in itself is meaningless jargon, which refers to the use of more than just voice for communication, but has long been touted as a benefit of IMS. It is to be noted that much of the capability of RCS is already available from Internet service providers.

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Overview

Rich Communication Suite (RCS) is an industry effort focused on the use of IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) for providing mobile phone communication services. ""Rich Communication"" in itself is meaningless jargon, which refers to the use of more than just voice for communication, but has long been touted as a benefit of IMS. It is to be noted that much of the capability of RCS is already available from Internet service providers.

This book is your ultimate resource for Rich Communication Suite (RCS). Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Rich Communication Suite (RCS) right away, covering: Rich Communication Suite, Mobile technology, 2-way iSMS, 2degrees, Access Stratum, Adaptxt, Advanced Wireless Services, AskMeNow, Assisted GPS, Audience (telecom company), Azimuth Systems, Basic Trading Area, Cablefree, CDMA Chipsets, Cel-Fi, Cell of origin (telecommunications), Cell on wheels, Cellular repeater, CIMD, Closed User Group (CUG), Columbitech, Communication Linking Protocol, Context-aware services, Coverage map, DigRF, Drive testing, Dual mode mobile, Dumb pipe, Dynamic Link Adaptation, E-OTD, Electronic Serial Number, EMBARC, EMI (protocol), Enhanced GPS, Enterprise Mobility Management, ERMES, ESME, EUIMID, Face2face, FLEX (protocol), General content descriptor, Generic Bootstrapping Architecture, GMLC, GoTV Networks, Handheld television, Handover, Hardlink (homonymy), IDT Spectrum, Image share, Instant message service center, Inter standard roaming, Interference in mobile communications, IP Multimedia Subsystem, IQAN, IST-Plastic, ITap, July Systems, Jumptap, Librestream, List of devices with Assisted GPS, List of US MVNO, Local number portability, Location awareness, MLearning, Macrocell, Manitoba (computer chip), Matt Gillin, Microcell, MINDS, Mobify, Mobile Access Protocol, Mobile Alliance Against Child Sexual Abuse Content, Mobile Architecture, Mobile Assisted Language Learning, Mobile collaboration, Mobile commerce, Mobile database, Mobile Enterprise Asset Management, Mobile Equipment Identifier, Mobile IPTV, Mobile network operator, Mobile phone tracking, Mobile radio, Mobile search, Mobile Telephone Switching Office, Mobile ticketing, Mobile virtual network operator, Mobile virtual private network, Mobile workflow, Mobile-to-mobile convergence, Mobile.info, Mobispine, Modu, Motorola Pageboy, Motricity, MSRN, MTV-1, Multi-band, Multiuser detection, MVDS, Mxim, Navizon, Near-field magnetic induction communication, NetMotion Wireless, Network on Terminal Architecture, Non Access Stratum, Number Assignment Module, Online charging system, Open Handset Alliance, Optpcs, ORFS, Over-the-air programming, P2000 (network), PacketVideo, Pager, PCS switching center, Peer-to-peer video sharing, Personal Communications Service, Phizzle, Helio Ocean, Picket-fencing, Picocell, Positioning (telecommunications), Predictive text, Proximity marketing, Public land mobile network, PuppetMaster (application), Push Proxy Gateway, Kamal Quadir, Paul Raden, Radio Interface Layer, ReCellular, Inc., ReFLEX, REVIVAL Mobile Management Suite, RingGo, Roaming, RTMI, Rxqual, S-GPS, SEVEN Networks, Sha-Mail, ShapeWriter, Short code, Short message peer-to-peer protocol, Short message service center, Signal strength, SlideIT, Smart pipe, SMS banking, SMS hubbing, SMS spoofing, Social positioning method, Soft handover, Solaris Mobile, Sony Watchman, Swype, Syclo, T9 (predictive text), Taptu, Technology and mental health issues, Telelocator Alphanumeric Protocol...and much more

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Rich Communication Suite (RCS). It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Rich Communication Suite (RCS) with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781743046999
  • Publisher: Emereo Pty Ltd
  • Publication date: 6/24/2011
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 8.27 (w) x 11.69 (h) x 0.76 (d)

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