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Shows the layout and functioning of the State Mobile Services Delivery Gateway

Shows the layout and functioning of the State Mobile Services Delivery Gateway

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    • SMSDG LAYOUT AT STATE DATA CENTRE LOCATION & SCHEMATIC OF FUNCTIONING IVR SWITCHCBS & STATION NWAN MNO SMSC IVR SDG SDC CBS SMSCBS BTS SMSDG USB STS HUB Internet SWAN
    • INDEX1. SMSDG – State mobile services delivery gateway2. SGD – State e-Governance Delivery Gateway or e-Governance Portal connected to Internet for public access3. SDC – State Data Centre connected to INTRANET for State’s internal use only4. SWAN – State Wide Area Network5. NWAN – National Wide Area Network connected to SWANs of all States through p2p leased lines.6. SMSC – The SMS switches of all mobile network operators (MNOs) in the State.7. Push SMSs for text info and short message giving long code number to call free for important voice messages from Govt. to all mobile phones in State.8. Push and pull IVR messages from long codes9. Pull SMS messages and citizen responses from and to long codes10. STS – Secure transfer system which facilitates free flow of information between Internet and INTRANET without impairing the 100% security of the latter.11. Internet – The public information highway12. USB Hub – Connects the different long code phones to the SMS and IVR sections of the SMSDG.13. Mobile phones required are minimum 2G or CDMA voice and SMS enabled14. IVR Switch & Station – IVR and manned voice station to answer specific queries from citizens not text savvy. This will be located at close to the State Data Centres and manned by an outsource agency15. BTS – Towers through which mobile signals are sent to phones. Directed Cell Broadcasts will take place through such dedicated towers in the Region.