Content Management Interface

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Content Management Interface (CMI) in computer software is an Open Mobile Alliance enabler that provides a standardized way for content providers to interact with service providers (network operators).[1]

CMI is an interface between content providers and service providers, which does not directly involve the end user. The scope of the standard covers the entire off-deck content management lifecycle but does not include implementation or behavior beyond the API. Therefore, it can accommodate a broad range of services and service policies.

As of December 2009, CMI is publicly available as a Candidate 1.0 release.


  1. ^ "Content Management Interface Architecture" (PDF). Open Mobile Alliance. Retrieved 14 February 2017.

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