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WiCoRe Smart SMSC

WiCoRe Smart SMSC (Short Message Service Center ) enables subscribers to send and receive messages in a Cellular network. The product is a very unique implementation of Enterprise Java and supports Open Standards. It provides for Message storage, Point-to-Point, Mobile Originate, Mobile Terminated Short Message Service (SMS-PP/MT/MO) and supports popular Application ESME Protocols too.

The product can be interfaced with multi-vendor Mobile Switching centers (MSCs) over multiple signaling links.



SMSC Features :
  Store a minimum of 5,000,000 messages
  Powerful Retry capability with Varied Retry Algorithms
  GSM MAP phase I, II and III support
  Configurable Link Capacity Control
  Automatic Link Resumption
  Reservation for various types of messages
  Separate interfaces and privileges for users of type Customer Support, Billing, Manager & Administrator
  Web-based Management Interface - A HTTP based GUI for real-time and post traffic analysis, administration, reports and billing
  Smart Resources Manager with configurable mechanism to optimise the use of resources.
  White and Black lists for service access control.
  Powerful search facility
  Backup of data to external media
  Concatenated Short Message
  Push/Pull application services
  Smart messaging
  EMS messaging
  Pending delivery notification
  Receipt notification
  Multi language support
Deployment Architecture :
 
















Internal Architecture of Smart SMSC:



Advantages of using EJB & JMQ in WiCoRe Smart SMSC
(For Stability, Scalability and Security)

The JMS API stands for Java™ Message Service Application Programming Interface, and it is used by applications to send asynchronous “business quality” messages to other applications. In the JMS world, messages are not sent directly to other applications. Instead, messages are sent to destinations, also known as “queues” or “topics”.

The WiCoRe Smart SMSC uses the inherent features of the JM Server to reliably transport messages internally. Internally the various systems sending messages do not need to worry if the receiving systems are up and running, and conversely, receiving systems do not need to worry about the sending system’s status. Both senders and receivers only interact with the destinations.

Standards Compliance
Layer 1 Standards Compliance

Standard   Description
ITU-T G.703   E1/T1 Physical/Electrical Interface
ITU-T G.704   E1/T1 Frame Structures
ITU-T G.705   E1/T1 Digital Termination Characteristics
ITU-T G.706   E1/T1 CRC Procedures
ITU T G.821   Error Performance on Digital Links
ITU-T G.822   Controlled Slip Objectives
ITU T G.823/G.824   Control of Jitter and Wander

Protocol Standards Compliance

Layer   ITU Standard   ETSI Standard
MAP   GSM 3.04, 9.4
   
TCAP   Q.771 - Q.774
  ETS 300 134, 300 287
SCCP   Q.711 - Q.714
  ETS 300 009
MTP3   Q.704 & Q.707
  ETS 300 008, 300 008 1
MTP2   Q.703   ETS 300 008, 300 008 1
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