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Interop to Provide Multimedia Message Service Center Solution to West Central Wireless

January 19, 2011

Interop Technologies announced that it will provide West Central Wireless, based in San Angelo, Texas, with its hosted turnkey Multimedia Message Service Center or MMSC solution.

According to Interop, a provider of core solutions for messaging, device management, and connectivity gateways, this implementation will enable West Central Wireless to offer customers the latest messaging features. The Interop Technologies MMSC will allow West Central Wireless customers to combine photos with text, audio, images, videos, and animations to send to others besides getting access to an MMS Composer for manipulating pictures with effects and audio clips. These can be distributed to other mobile devices via MMS.

West Central Wireless will get high visibility into usage information, reporting statistics, and accounting information stored in robust, clustered databases along with Interop Technologies hosted Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Gateway.

In a release, Mike Higgins, Jr., General Manager of West Central Wireless said, “Adding the Interop MMSC to our suite of offerings, including the Interop Short Message Service Center, will take our customers to the next level in messaging and technology. We look forward to promoting this service to our customers.”

Interop Technologies’ deployment flexibility enables operators of all sizes to compete immediately, and its 4G-ready architecture makes migration to next-generation technology simple. Interop provides a very fast SMSC, a scalable MMSC, and a “one-click fix” SCOPE Device Management besides other solutions.

West Central Wireless purchased Interop Technologies SMS Center 4.0 some years back. Interop’s SMSC 4.0 is a highly scalable turnkey solution that provides network operators with more messaging customers resulting in an increase in the volume of text messages on their networks.  

Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

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