Instant Communication, Presence and Messaging software based on XMPP

Netfors now provides XMPP (eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol), a proven technology used for real-time communication, powering applications such as IM, presence and collaboration. Image credit: Aleksandar Savic The XMPP servers, clients and programming libraries support the fundamental features of an Instant Messaging (IM) system: one-to-one and multi-party messaging presence subscriptions and notifications – telling […]

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IP-SM-GW

With the fast evolution of telecommunication technologies, different transmission technologies have been introduced, such as IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS). However, new hardware and protocols, are different from the older technologies causing interworking problems. The newer networks also come with new or improved features – for example, LTE provides high bandwidth, low latency, improved spectrum efficiency, […]

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Tech Trends for 2020

The past years have been eventful and commenced a lot of discussion regarding improvements and challenges from 5G, to privacy, to AI and so on. For 2020 and the following years, we can expect to see these trends continue to gain momentum and also have new ones emerge. As these unfold and gain wider availability […]

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Smartphone trends to watch in 2019

The Mobile World Congress is kick starting 2019 and mobile enthusiasts will put themselves up to date with the latest smartphone trends. According to TechCrunch, 2018 was a bad year for smartphones- manufacturers no longer have innovative ideas to put into practice. We are only expecting deployment of 5G technology and a few new smartphones […]

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How chatbots will transform customer experience

It’s no surprise that in 2018, texting is the number one preferred channel for customer service. According to Twilio, 89% of consumers prefer to use messaging to stay in touch with businesses. They also want more than just one-way communication: they want engagement and fast replies. That’s where chatbots come in. As Becky Peterson from […]

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The future of mobile communication

The mobile trend streamlined the business process. Technology becomes more and more sophisticated and the amount of data driven by mobile as well as the number of mobile phones currently sold easily outsells PCs. We can still see a lot of traffic coming from tablets and stationary desktops, but mobile technology and progress is in […]

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HLR lookup of cell ID level

Our standard HLR Lookup can be used in connection with our SMS Center and Asterisk. The HLR Lookup can identify the MSC that the mobile phone is active at. This can be used as a rough location identifier. It is now possible for us also to fetch the ID of the cell the mobile phone […]

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Mobile World Congress 2013 starts in a few weeks

Netfors is present with a booth at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year – 25 – 28 February. Both technical and commercial staff is present at the booth so we will be able to cover a broad range of subjects. If you are present at the congress you are most welcome to drop […]

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SIGTRAN Signaling Gateway – now with STP/ITP features

New features have been added to our SIGTRAN Signaling Gateway. Now it supports routing of signaling messages in all protocol combinations: SIGTRAN – E1, E1 – SIGTRAN, SIGTRAN – SIGTRAN, E1 – E1. In other words it supports basic STP/ITP functionalities. It also supports E1 bridging which enables transfer of voice between two E1 connections. […]

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