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Enables application programmers to easily develop applications that can integrate with the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS).
Provides Java ME based devices effertless access to a set of essential IMS Communication Enablers
Ericsson is specification lead for Java Specification Request JSR 281, IMS Services API. The JSR enables application programmers to easily develop applications that can integrate with the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS).
The specification is available for download at the JCP (Java Community Process) page for JSR 281.
The Reference Implementation (RI) is available under Apache version 2.0 open source licensing terms.
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IMS is defined as generic architecture for offering Voice over IP and multimedia services. Services based on IMS will enable all-IP person-to-person and person-to-content communications in a variety of modes - including voice, text, pictures and video, or any combination of these - in a highly personalized way.
JSR-281 standardizes an API that allows you to develop advanced convergent multimedia services with your Java skills. In-depth knowledge about IMS technology or its underlying protocols is not required.
The API abstracts the underlying technology and at the same time provides you with maximum flexibility. It defines a set of high-level functions enabling Java ME applications to access IMS functionality, including:
The API ensures that your applications will avoid violations of SIP and IMS conventions. In particular, the authentication mechanism used by IMS is completely hidden from your application. This minimizes the security risks associated with application level handling of authentication.
While simplifying your IMS application development, the API allows low-level access to IMS functionality for more advanced development projects.
The Core API gives you access to service independent IMS primitives. The API includes the following highlights:
Ericsson's Service Development Studio (SDS) is a tool that runs on a PC and is freely available and downloadable for developers to enable them to rapidly design and test their IMS applications. SDS provides high-level Client-side IMS Core and Communication Services APIs conforming to JSR 281, server APIs conforming to JSR 116 and JSR 289 plus device-, IMS core-, and IMS service enabler simulators