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June 10-11, 2008 Berlin, Germany
Mainstreaming Mobile the
Sprint Titan Platform
Sprint Titan “Open for Business”
OSGi Tech...
2
Titan… Mainstreaming Mobile
• Full OSGi R4 MEG support
• Application Server (in your pocket)
• http Server
• Java Servle...
3
Customizable Platform for Mobile Solutions
Sprint Titan Core Loadable Enterprise Middleware (API’s and Services)
Loadabl...
4
Rich Internet Developer Demand
RIA Developer
Demand Trend
RIA Developer
Demand Trend
5
Rich Internet Applications for Mobile
What’s the difference?
• Connection Model (Online, Offline, Sync, QOS)
• Integrati...
6
Titan Rich Internet MobileNet Applications
• Leverage the Server in your pocket
• Best of both worlds
• Renderable UI co...
7
Rich Mobilenet Architecture
Titan Platform
http Service
/ Servlet
Specific
Service
Location
API
Bluetooth
API
Other
Flas...
8
Middleware “Skins” Allow Deep Customization
• Third parties using OSGi services can
customize the device by adding APIs ...
9
The Sprint Titan Ecosystem consists of:
SW Stack on
Sprint Phones
1 2
Titan
Tools for
Developers
Titan
Mobile Device
Man...
10
Sprint Titan Powered by OSGi technology
vs MIDP 3
11
Titan vs MIDP 3 Key Differences
• Perspective… MIDP3
• Treats mobile as poor stepchild
• Mobile and the rest of Java ha...
12
What can Titan do for You?
In the past, mobile applications were limited…
With Titan the only limit is your imagination...
13
Sprint Titan Platform Availability
• WM6 devices 2nd half 08
• Mass Market devices widely available in 2009
For More in...
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Sprint Titan - Open for Mobile Business - Jon Bostrom, MobiNoir Consulting

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Sprint Titan - Open for Mobile Business - Jon Bostrom, MobiNoir Consulting

  1. 1. June 10-11, 2008 Berlin, Germany Mainstreaming Mobile the Sprint Titan Platform Sprint Titan “Open for Business” OSGi Technology in Mobile Jon Bostrom President MobiNoir Consulting
  2. 2. 2 Titan… Mainstreaming Mobile • Full OSGi R4 MEG support • Application Server (in your pocket) • http Server • Java Servlet • MIDP 2.1 support • Loadable Rich Middleware Services • Loadable eSWT, eRCP support for Enterprise • IBM partnership for Expeditor • Fully Managed Environment • Rich Internet Application Model for Mobile
  3. 3. 3 Customizable Platform for Mobile Solutions Sprint Titan Core Loadable Enterprise Middleware (API’s and Services) Loadable Middleware Services and APIs WM6, Brew, Linux (OS agnostic) Java TM Virtual Machine (CDC 1.1/Foundation 1.1) Sprint APIs and Services OSGI Framework and Services MQTT/Micro Broker MQe MIDP JMS eRCP DB2e eSWT SyncML Framework JDBC (JSR 169) Enterprise Mgmt Agent Web Container Browser / Widget Application eRCP Application MIDP++ Application
  4. 4. 4 Rich Internet Developer Demand RIA Developer Demand Trend RIA Developer Demand Trend
  5. 5. 5 Rich Internet Applications for Mobile What’s the difference? • Connection Model (Online, Offline, Sync, QOS) • Integration to Phone functions (Call, Position, Msg, PIM, etc) • Task flow, task focus • One hand operation • Touch (emerging) • UI design • Code loading • Security Browser with Ajax is JUST NOT ENOUGH!
  6. 6. 6 Titan Rich Internet MobileNet Applications • Leverage the Server in your pocket • Best of both worlds • Renderable UI combined with powerful Java server capabilities and access to Mobile device functionality all in one package • Local Application Server • Offline Web applications • Full access to mobile phone capabilities • Easily extendable support multiple offline models • E.g. Gears, Air • Create Mobile Mash-ups as OSGi Services
  7. 7. 7 Rich Mobilenet Architecture Titan Platform http Service / Servlet Specific Service Location API Bluetooth API Other Flash Shared Service Java API’s Sprint Services Network JavaScript /HTML Other Rendered UI
  8. 8. 8 Middleware “Skins” Allow Deep Customization • Third parties using OSGi services can customize the device by adding APIs that are available to both Java and Widget developers • Examples • Yahoo, Facebook, Google, • Enterprise Horizontal e.g. IBM Expeditor, others • Vertical medical, financial, insurance
  9. 9. 9 The Sprint Titan Ecosystem consists of: SW Stack on Sprint Phones 1 2 Titan Tools for Developers Titan Mobile Device Management Server Titan Sprint Application Developer Program 34 Partners, Partners, Partners… IBM, Sun, Prosyst, MobiNoir, Eclipse … We need YOU! 5
  10. 10. 10 Sprint Titan Powered by OSGi technology vs MIDP 3
  11. 11. 11 Titan vs MIDP 3 Key Differences • Perspective… MIDP3 • Treats mobile as poor stepchild • Mobile and the rest of Java have different models • Not SOA, Not open for Middleware, constrained security • No WEB model, Java silo • Not dynamically manageable • Perspective… Titan • Mobile is an equal partner on the network • Mobile and the rest of java share same model via OSGi, Servlet etc • Full OSGi SOA , framework, and Middleware support • Support both Java and WEB model no Silo • Powerful, Flexible security model • Full Management with OMA or pluggable agent
  12. 12. 12 What can Titan do for You? In the past, mobile applications were limited… With Titan the only limit is your imagination • Offline / intermittently connected • Secure access to corporate data sources • Update devices with new capabilities on the fly • Buy mobile middleware from your server software supplier • Focus your developer strength with components • Components form a complete app: UI, bus logic, database, comms • Components can be reused by several applications • Create mobile Mashups for easy access to WEB 2.0 services • Use WEB/Widgets for compelling mobile applications
  13. 13. 13 Sprint Titan Platform Availability • WM6 devices 2nd half 08 • Mass Market devices widely available in 2009 For More info Please attend What OSGi offers to Mobile Enterprise Developers Joachim Ritter, ProSyst

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