Acision Announces Seamless RCS-e Broadband Messaging
Published on: 13th Feb 2012
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Acision today announced the availability of its complete Rich Communication Suite enhanced (RCS e) implementation. Acision added that it has also contracted a commercial deployment of its RCS e solution with an unnamed mobile operator serving over 50 million subscribers.
Acision's end-to-end RCS-e solution includes a basic IMS core, RCS-e application server and RCS-e clients, and provides messaging through interconnect of RCS-e with the global SMS community and social network chat services such as Facebook Messenger and Google Talk.
The solution will enable operators to support the core services of the RCS-e initiative, including instant messaging, group chat, file transfer and video sharing, as well as a store and forward functionality in the event that the destination device is off-line.
Jorgen Nilsson, Chief Executive at Acision, said: "The Acision BMSC represents a core part of our messaging portfolio and complements the industry's migration towards all-IP communications, providing operators with a unique service proposition to consumers which includes the best in SMS and IP. With our solution, operators will be able to seamlessly deploy richer, value-added communications capabilities and interaction with the global mobile community of 5 billion users from day one of RCS-e introduction."
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