Seth Wisely said

February 20, 2010

verizon sip Ecrio mobile framework retrenches $30 monthly upgrade penalty foisted not optional even for non use

Filed under: COM, curiouserly — Seth Wisely @ 09:12

BASKING RIDGE, NJ and CUPERTINO, CA — February 9, 2010 — Verizon Wireless announced today that it has selected Ecrio’s mobile framework to power the roll-out of new communication and messaging services over Verizon Wireless’ current CDMA High Rate Packet Data (HRPD) and Evolved HRPD networks, as well as its forthcoming 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network. Ecrio’s SIP (Simple IM Engine)/IMS (IP Multi-Media Subsystem) client framework will be embedded on a wide range of devices across Verizon Wireless’ network and streamlines access to popular IP services, including messaging and calling, for existing and new mobile applications.

two whole days latter more Ecrio bandwagon action

CUPERTINO, Calif., Feb. 11 — Ecrio, the pioneer in SIP client software and mobile applications with over 30 million handsets shipped, today announced that its SIP platform has been selected by SK Telecom to support the roll-out of multiple consumer services, including mobile Instant Messaging and VideoShare. The agreement, effective immediately, follows SK Telecom’s competitive review of several SIP platform vendors

http://www.ecrio.com/assets/Data-Sheets/Updated-Datasheets/SIP.pdf

framework for verizon to allow innovative applications?  or more chinese firewall style walled garden?

The Ecrio SIP-Simple IM Engine is fully compliant with the 3GPP IMS specifcations for IM and interoperable with deployed IMS compliant networks

… verizon drones still insist $30/mo upgrade penalty is a convenience.

Seth Wisely said: android phone ought be TWO devices.  tether archos 5 internet tablet to phone for androidy liberty

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