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Addressing the challenges of Beyond 3 G service delivery : the SPICE service platform

  title={Addressing the challenges of Beyond 3 G service delivery : the SPICE service platform},
  author={Christophe Cordier and France T́el{\'e}com and François Carrez Alcatel and Jan Van der Meer Ericsson and Antonietta Spedalieri Telefonica and Jean-Pierre Le Rouzic},
The project SPICE (Service Platform for Innovative Communication Environment) is addressing the still unsolved problem of designing, developing and putting into operation efficient and innovative mobile Service creation/execution platforms for networks beyond 3G. The IST project SPICE is part of the Wireless World Initiative (WWI). With the growing diversity of services, devices and connectivity means, Service Platforms (such as the SPICE platform) will provide (mobile) end-users with… Expand

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