Collaborating with OMA
Collaborating with OMA
OMA is not alone in its role of establishing standards, and recognizes the importance of working with other organizations that perform similar or complementary activities. To assist in this effort, the OMA External Liaison Program works to establish relationships with outside organizations and standards bodies to ensure broad industry participation.
In 2012, the OMA Board made significant effort to identify strategic areas where OMA has a common interest with other organizations. This has resulted in targeted outreach to specific industry bodies with the aim to establish strategic cooperation between OMA and other organizations. The OMA Ambassador Program is designed to identify common areas of work and potential collaboration, which goes beyond the specific technical requirements identified in existing cooperation agreements, memorandum of understandings, and frameworks. In addition, this year OMA has joined oneM2M as a Partner Type 2 allowing OMA to contribute to the success of oneM2M, while continuing its own work on M2M-related specifications.
This work will continue with increased commitment throughout 2013.
Liaison agreements with OMA work in one of three ways:
- Cooperation Framework (CF) provides a set of guidelines agreed (but not formally signed) by OMA and the external organization.
- Cooperation Agreement (CA) where there is formal, signed agreement in place between the external organization and OMA.
- Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a signed formal agreement between the external organization and OMA.
OMA currently holds liaison agreements with the following organizations:
|3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project)||Liberty Alliance|
|3GPP2 (Third Generation Partnership Project 2)||LiPS (Linux Phone Standards Forum)|
|A3G (Third Generation Telecommunication Networks Operators Association)||MEF (Mobile Entertainment Forum)|
|CALCONNECT (Calendaring & Scheduling Consortium)||mITF (Mobile IT Forum)|
|CCF (CDMA Certification Forum)||MMA (Mobile Marketing Association)|
|CDG (CDMA Development Group)||Mobey Forum (Mobile Financial Services Forum)|
|CEA (Consumer Electronics Association)||MPA(A) (Motion Picture Association)|
|China DRM Forum||MPF (Mobile Payment Forum) (Motion Picture Association)|
|CMLA (Content Management License Administrator)||OASIS (e-Business Standards)
|DSL Forum (Digital Subscriber Line Forum), doing business as The Broadband Forum||OIPF (Open IPTV Forum)|
|DVB Project (Digital Video Broadcasting Project)||OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium)|
|ELSPA Entertainment & Leisure Software Publishers Association||PUCC (Peer to Peer Universal Computing Consortium)|
|ERTICO (Intelligent Transport Systems and Services Europe)||RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America)|
|ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)||SDA (SD Card Association)|
|FLO Forum (Forward Link Only Forum)||TMF (Tele Management Forum)|
|GCF (Global Certification Forum)||Telematics Forum|
|Global Platform||TIGA (Trade Association for Interests of Games Developers)|
|GSMA (GSM Association)||TTA (Telecommunications Technology Association)|
|IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force)||W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)|
|IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry)||WiFi (Wi-Fi Alliance)|
|ISMA (Internet Streaming Media Alliance)||WiMAX Forum (Last Mile Wireless Broadband Access Forum)|
|ISO/IEC/JTC1/SC29/WG11 (Coding of Moving Pictures and Audio)||WS-I (Web Services Interoperability Organization)|
|ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunications Standardization)|
For more information on the OMA External Liaison Program or to submit a Liaison request please contact the General Manager of OMA.
2011 OMA External Liaison Activity
Direct interactions between OMA and other fora
Industry Partners 2012