Wednesday, March 9, 2005

Nokia Demonstrates IMS over CDMA 2000 Network

Nokia has demonstrated live IP multimedia applications based on its 3GPP2/3GPP-compliant IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) over a commercial CDMA 2000 network. Nokia has previously demonstrated IMS capabilities over GSM.

IMS is the element of a wireless carrier's core network infrastructure that enables mobile and fixed devices to interact using IP sessions.

Using the commercially available Nokia IP Multimedia Subsystem, Nokia demonstrated peer-to-peer gaming with simultaneous instant messaging, and file sharing. The demonstration included interoperability between GSM/GPRS terminals and CDMA terminals, as well as with CDMA 1xEV-DO Release 0-capable laptop computers.