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Convergent service environments are required to deal with current tendency to heterogeneity in network contents and its inherent incorporation of more types of devices demanding services from multiple domains. Efficient management architectures are required to tackle issues regarding: media content, subscriber reachability and subscriptions information coming from different types of networks in order to enable well organized communications among different environments such as: IMS, IPTv and subscribers management repositories. This paper describes the work of Eureka Mobicome project on the definition of an architecture to manage and provide services among distinct service delivery platforms (IPTV and ENUM) using IMS as a common core and proposes a compound modular architecture to set the basis for Future Internet converging service provision.
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