getting the message Out and About

Ankeny, Jason
December 2004
Telephony;12/13/2004, Vol. 245 Issue 24, p28
Trade Publication
This article reports that in late October, in conjunction with its annual Wireless IT & Entertainment event, the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association announced an agreement among U.S. wireless carriers to implement MMS interoperability across their respective networks. According to the CTIA, the necessary interoperability guidelines and agreements are in place, and carriers are now implementing solutions against that framework, with interconnections scheduled for completion industrywide by the first quarter of 2005.


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