JP Systems develops SMS gateway

By : |December 22, 2000 0

HYDERABAD: JP Systems India Ltd. (JPSIL), a developer of wireless enabling
technology and solutions, has successfully developed an SMS (Short Messaging
Service) gateway. JPSIL’s SMS gateway supports sending and receiving value added
information and emails on mobile devices. It also enables the subscribers to do
mobile banking.

JPSIL’s SMS gateway offers push service, wherein the information is pushed by
the SMS gateway on to the mobile device of the registered user. This facility
enables users to receive reminders on the mobile handset on a specific day and
time. To utilize this service, the users have to register on the Web site of the
portal by configuring their account. This push service works by using the
database, which gets filled up every time a user configures his or her account.

JPSIL CMD Raghukumar said, "Our strategic alliance partner Netxcell.com
has bagged several prestigious projects in the field of SMS gateway on GSM
network for mobile customers, and WAP Services for Internet service
providers." The SMS gateway developed by JPSIL can be connected to any
external standalone SMSC (Short Messaging Service Center) at the operator’s
place and compatible with both the CIMD and SMPP protocols. A unique and
important feature of the SMS gateway is the log analysis and report generation,
which would provide details of the various services being utilized by the mobile
users. This in turn helps the cellular operator to distinctly identify the
subscriber’s information needs.

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