Implementing the mobile messaging gateway - online webinar with Velti's Marcus Kern
Are you looking to implement a high capacity and extremely reliable, distributed SMS gateway which provides robust performance with innovative business opportunities?
in the webinar, Marcus Kern talks about:
- How Erlang Solutions helped to build and implement a scalable, highly fault tolerant mobile messaging gateway
- How this product met the challenges of migration from a legacy system
- The engineering challenge of working on the same code base with internationally distributed teams
- How this product empowered operational teams to provide more accurate analysis and quicker provisioning times
- How on-site technical consultancy can become a catalyst to technology transformation
Video available here
Mobile messaging gateways help to interface, translate, route and aggregate messaging connections with mobile operators globally and provide a uniform and consistent messaging interface to client applications. Erlang Solution's Buzzard platform (mobile messaging gateway) supports SMS messaging, billing and payment solutions for broadcasters, mobile network operators (MNOs) and social networks. It is designed for the needs of today's mobile content providers and telecom service operators.
Erlang Solutions has successfully created a state of the art Mobile Messaging Gateway with a leading global mobile marketing company. Being one the fastest and most scalable gateway technologies in the market, the solution has been in use for mobile marketing campaigns, interactive messaging and mobile payments to a range of their customers across the media, gaming, telecoms and technology service provision sectors.
Markus Kern Marcus Kern is one of the founding members of Mobile Interactive Group and acts as its CTO since 2005. (MIG has now been acquired by Velti, world's largest mobile marketing company). Over the last 3 years Marcus lead the development of MIG’s mobile messaging gateway. New to Erlang, MIG has combined established and new software development, storage and delivery concepts.
Recording of the webinar can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt1TSARvAqg&feature=youtu.be