HP enhances Service Delivery Platform

HP has added a virtual “sandbox” to its Service Delivery Platform, which will allow service providers to tap Web 2.0 to spur growth in wireless revenue. With this new feature, developers can create new web-based applications, widgets and mash-ups on the service provider’s wireless network.
 
According to HP, the new features in HP SDP 3.0 make service creation easy, fast and rewarding for independent developers.
 
The new tools build on a standards-based service-oriented architecture that reduces costs and complexity by replacing multiple service silos with a single, unified resource layer.
 
The common layer provides developers simplified, secure access to the underlying network and its key enabling technologies such as location and presence.

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