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Interact Messaging Gateway


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Interact Messaging Gateway

  1. 1. Interact Messaging Gateway April 2010
  2. 2. Introduction The Mobile Messaging Gateway is a turn key solution to enable operators to provide third party application developers with a quick, standard, and easy way to interface with their messaging platforms (i.e.: SMSC & MMSC). It offers:  MMS sending and reception.  SMS sending and reception.  WAP Push sending (Service Indication).  SMS/MMS delivery report reception. 2 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  3. 3. With Mobile Messaging Gateway, you can add mobile features to your existing intranet, extranet or Internet solutions and rapidly develop and deploy new MMS/SMS/push-enabled applications. 3 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  4. 4. Our Value Proposition  Linux based Platform ensuring:  Compliance with the industry standards.  Quick time-to-market and start the revenue stream  High availability and minimal response times of the platform  Easy provisioning of messaging services  Centralized management  Integrated reporting tool 4 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  5. 5. Features  System logging and tracing for all the different components of the platform enabling the operator to trace and troubleshoot the problem and determining the cause of failure.  Easy monitoring and alarm generation to be used with any network management system.  Scalable and can be used in a cluster.  Supports all types of messages: text, monophonic Ring tones, logos, picture messages, WAP push, Flash SMS, &MMS. 5 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  6. 6. Features  Simple HTTP interface / SOAP WEB Service for integration with third party applications.  Comes with an easy to use web admin interface to manage the different developer accounts and operator connections.  Supports SMPP and UCP protocols for sending and receiving SMSs.  Supports MM7 & EAIF standards to interface with the MMSC.  Full delivery reports support for both SMS and MMS. 6 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  7. 7. Architecture  Routing Engine: to MT messages based on the receiver number prefix, and to route MO messages based on the received short code, Connection ID and Keywords.  Queuing engine: to manage messages priority and queuing (FIFO).  Messaging engine: to handle converting HTTP API parameters to compliant SMSC/MMSC protocols. 7 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  8. 8. Architecture  DLR engine to receive DLRs from SMSC/MMSC and route them Applications  Reporting Engine: A web reporting tool to displays CDRs for custom periods of time. 8 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  9. 9. Architecture 9 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  10. 10. Technology  The platform is developed using the industry proven tools to ensure carrier grade performance and high availability.  Being very stable and easy to administrate, Linux became one of the most desirable operating system to be used in carrier grade applications.  MySQLRDBMS is used as a high performance, cost effective RDBMS suitable for carrier grade applications handling large scale databases. 10 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  11. 11.  HP Proliant rack mounted servers are recommended for full redundancy and RAID options to ensure high availability and performance of the platform.  The entire solution and integration is based on Java technology running on Tomcat 6 application servers. This ensures highest performance and scalability. 11 Messaging Gateway 15/04/2010
  12. 12. Interact Egypt 7B Omar Shaaban, Thank you! Nasr city, Cairo 12 15/04/2010