The Embedded Mobile (EM) Guidelines provide guidance on technical design and operational issues, such as embedded module design, radio interface, remote management, UICC provisioning and authentication. These are intended to reduce the cost of developing and deploying EM solutions through economies of scale by introducing common design guidelines for new embedded modules.
This document also addresses sector-specific use-case needs in each of the following priority verticals:
Release 3.0 of the Embedded Mobile Guidelines, completed in March 2012, builds upon earlier releases by adding or updating content in the areas of application programming interfaces (APIs), network management aspects, and in each of the priority vertical sectors.
Embedded Mobile Guidelines Release 3 (Network Aspects)
The Network Aspects extract from the full Embedded Mobile Guidelines Release 3 contains information and recommendations related to network aspects of managing EM devices in mobile networks. This document is particularly targeted at and intended to be used by mobile network operators, and is published separately alongside the EM Guidelines due to its speciality focus.