(PRWEB) October 12, 2004
Paris, France (PRWEB) October 12, 2004 Â Today, PushMessenger launches the PushMessenger ISP/Carrier Edition, its Instant Messaging and Presence Server (IMPS) for the ISP market and mobile operators.
Allowing the convergence of computers, fixed and mobile phones, PushMessenger ISP/Carrier Edition is based on PushMessengerÂs exclusive and patented multi-session and multi-device technology. Unlike other traditional instant messaging services that allow the communication only within the scope of one session and through only one terminal, PushMessenger enables users to be connected simultaneously to several devices (computers, mobile and fixed phones).
Designed to deliver the whole range of presence and instant messaging features, PushMessenger ISP/Carrier Edition offers:
Â A load balancing and clustering architecture allowing the simultaneous connection of several millions users
Â A through-put of 15000 IM/sec
Â Interfaces with every SMS and SMSC servers
Â An Infopanel alert technology to push content, information and promotion
Â A specific administration interface for the moderation
Exclusively dedicated to mobile operators, content providers and VAR markets, PushMessenger ISP/Carrier Edition allows unique services such as chat, blog, instant messaging or even content broadcasting for mobile phones.
In France, a service for consumers based on PushMessenger ISP/Carrier Edition, has already been delivered to the market. Named PushChat, the service is available on Gallery (platform for mobile Internet services shared by Orange, SFR (VodafoneÂs French partner) and Bouygues Telecom) for the WAP surfers and on http://www.pushchat.com for the Net surfers. With the same login and password, users can be connected concurrently from mobile phones and/or PCs and enjoy every advantage of a real instant messaging service.
Furthermore, PushMessengerÂs multi-session and multi-device technology enables the Net surfer to start chatting on PC and continue the conversation on his mobile phone without interrupting the thread of the conversation. Depending on their availability, users can at any time select the device that will receive messages from their contacts: the mobile phone or the computer.
At the end of the 3-months test period, several thousands of users have already paid the subscription charge for the PushChat WAP service with a subscription renewal rate of over 70%.
PushMessenger ISP/Carrier Edition, which fits perfectly into PushMessenger Corporate Edition via the PSSP protocol (Push Server To Server Protocol), is marketed either by the purchase of the server or by revenue sharing.
A privately held company, PushMessenger was founded in 1999 to develop a TCP-IP protocol providing a client-server software platform for wired and wireless instant messaging services. The PushMessenger Protocol (PMP), allows organizations to easily implement communication systems using several interconnected services, including PDAs, mobile phones and computers.
PushMessenger is a member of the OMA (Open Mobile Alliance), industrial consortium providing standards that are open to the mobile communication industries.
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