Mobile industry contributes 9 percent of the ICT sector emissions. It may seem low when compared to other sectors, and more so when you compare the difference between two network solutions.
But in the case of mobile messaging, however, it is a wrong point of view. The number of SMS and USSD messages has been exponentially increasing. Although SMS traffic remains one of the most profitable, costs start to build up when you consider these millions or billions of messages.
If you are concerned about efficiency and capacity, then our center is your best choice. Our customers always comment on the small size of the solution and its low energy consumption by calling it "the green center".
Indeed, to send 180,000 SMS messages, you will need only 60W. That's how much your regular light bulb consumes or a person burns by running one hour. So why aren't your network more energy efficient? The answer is, as it often happens, in relative price. The energy is still cheap. But this situation is changing. And your network should be ready for the change.
"The ICT sector itself (in this definition, telecommunications, computing and the Internet) contributes around 2 to 2.5 per cent of GHG emissions, at just under 1 Gigatonne of CO2 equivalent. The main constituent (40 per cent) of this is the energy requirements of personal computers and data monitors, with data centres contributing a further 23 per cent. Fixed and mobile telecommunications contribute an estimated 24 per cent of the total. As the ICT industry is growing faster than the rest of the economy, this share may well increase over time."
- Receipt of messages sent from a mobile phone (mobile station);
- Receipt of messages sent by external applications;
- Receipt and processing of USSD messages;
- Intelligent delivery reporting (successfully delivered, not delivered, stored for later delivery, error etc.);
- Storing of received messages;
- Delivery of messages according to the sender-specified time and priority;
- Resending of undelivered SMS (including delayed delivery);
- Reviewing and removal of messages by administrator;
- Support of short numbers (aliases for one phone number or a group of numbers);
- Initiation of service charges;
- Support of multi-segmented (concatenated or "long") SMS messages;
- Templates support for mass messaging;
- Multi-language support based on user profile. Messages can be delivered in different languages to the same user depending on service and profile. Switching between languages can be controlled via USSD;
- CDR billing record generation;
- Statistics including real-time monitoring and notification alerts;
- Rules for user groups including black- and white-listing;
- Support of UCS2, 8-bit messages, SMS extensions (EMS, Smart Messaging, etc.)
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