WAP - The catalyst of the mobile Internet. Pehrson, S. Ericsson Review, 2000.
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@article{ Pehrson00,
  author = {S. Pehrson},
  title = {{WAP} - The catalyst of the mobile {Internet}},
  journal = {Ericsson Review},
  year = {2000},
  number = {1},
  pages = {14 - 19},
  annote = {WAP, the Wireless Application Protocol, is a suite of specifications that cover a microbrowser, a scripting language (WMLScript), integration with telephony applications through WTA (Wireless Telephony Applications), a mark-up language, WML, and a layered stack. In this article, the author argues for the widespread use of WAP. The three major incentives to use WAP are: - Will be compliant with existing 2G-wireless systems, and future 3G-wireless systems. - In its future incarnations, WML, will be compatible with XML/XHTML. - The WAP inititive is backed up by more than 250 actors. Event those actors having proprietary systems of their own have promised to convert to WAP, for example, Microsoft, NTT (I-mode), and the proponents of SIM-toolkit.},
  bibdate = {Monday, May 08, 2000 at 09:13:16 (MEST)},
  submitter = {Karl-Johan Grinnemo}
}
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