T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T have reportedly killed their RCS joint venture
Long, long ago, in the far-off year 2019, the four (at the time) US carriers came together to announce a single partnership. They would work together on a new Cross Carrier Messaging Initiative, or CCMI, that promised interoperability for an RCS Universal Profile-based messaging standard. Originally set to be launched in 2020, we hadn’t heard very much about it for some time. According to a new report, there’s a good reason for that: The CCMI is dead.
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