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Client Server System for e-Services Access Using Mobile Communications Networks

By Eugen Pop, Mihai Barbos and Razvan Lupu

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Abstract—The client server systems using mobile communications networks for data transmission became very attractive for many economic agents, in the purpose of promoting and offering electronic services to their clients. E-services are suitable for business developing and financial benefits increasing. The products or services can be efficiently delivered to a large number of clients, using mobile Internet access technologies. The clients can have access to e-services, anywhere and anytime, with the support of 3G, GPRS, WLAN, etc., channels bandwidth, data services and protocols. Based on the mobile communications networks evolution and development, a convergence of technological and financial interests of mobile operators, software developers, mobile terminals producers and e-content providers is established. These will lead to a high level of integration of IT&C resources and will facilitate the value added services delivery through the mobile communications networks. In this paper it is presented a client server system, for e-services access, with Smartphones and PDA’s mobile software applications, installed on Symbian and Windows Mobile operating systems. Keywords—Client server system, e-services access, mobile communications, PDA, Smartphone. I

Year: 2011
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