Fixed Mobile Convergence PDF Print E-mail

According to ABI Research, operators will invest $450 million in capital infrastructure over the next five years and generate $97 billion in service revenue from FMC applications by 2011.


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To achieve this remarkable return on investment, operators and device manufacturers are working to enable consumers to move across different networks without disrupting voice or data.

In order to resolve critical usability issues, install accounting systems that enable network usage billing, and employ security measures that meet consumer privacy demands operators and device manufacturers are relying on proven solutions that support Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) protocols like MOBIKE and Mobile IP as well as proven Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) and Integrated Multimedia System (IMS) technology.

As a leading provider of software to the mobility industry, Certicom has the breadth of experience and technology required to support industry efforts to achieve Fixed-Mobile Convergence.