SMS protocol applications
April 4, 2010
April 4, 2010
Development and launch of a content provider for the client. This project involved the following tasks.
A logic-based Java-game called “Bulls and Cows” was developed for mobile phones. An interesting intro and several funny illustrated characters were created. This game will cheer you up and help to pass the time.
The router is easy to install, and comes with a range of fail-safe options in case of component damage, attacks on the server, power interruption causing irregular shutdown, or traffic overload. The gateway is designed to respond to requests extremely quickly, and as such can handle more than 30 SMS messages per second, with the capacity to handle individual queues for separate users, so that no one single user is able to flood the bandwidth. The Short Message Servicing Centre can be accessed using a range of IP addresses, so that if there is a failure of the main interface IP address, a backup IP can be used. Statistics of incoming and outgoing SMS messages sent and received via the gateway are stored in a database for analysis and archival and backup purposes.
This notification centre helps inform staff members about emergencies, breakdowns, etc. Either all members of staff or a specially selected group of employees can be notified. SMS alarm messages are integrated with the corporate staff database. This software allows the user to control the delivery of these messages.