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Mobile Messaging Technologies and Services SMS EMS and MMS Written by Gwenael Le Bodic Ph.D. The advent of Cellular Mobile Communications can little question go down in history because of the foremost vital ‘inventions that passed within the twentieth century and have had a colossal impact on how we tend to conduct our business and social lives.
The main attraction for GSM within the late Nineteen Eighties was that it might give mobility for speech communications. Some spare unused capability within the signalling channel was identified. Thus, within the background, the GSM standards body invented a straightforward ‘two-approach pager-like’ messaging service called the Short Message Service (SMS).
SMS had issues of latency owing to its ‘store and forward characteristics and conjointly a severe bandwidth drawback of one hundred sixty characters. Disparaging comments emerged, such as, ‘Why would you wish to text someone instead of conferring with them?’Little did the proponents of such ‘messages of gloom’ or the inventors of SMS notice the impact that SMS would have on GSM customers and network operators’ revenue streams at intervals over a decade.
Today, many short messages are sent daily, and SMS is the biggest revenue generator for many network operators apart from speech. The growth of SMS traffic has been slowing over the past 2 years and shows signs of reaching a plateau at intervals the following year or 2. This might be attributed to the fact that SMS is appearing as if a recent technology. As a result of, the appearance of 3GPP, the main target has shifted to a way more refined messaging service referred to as the Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS).
Network operators recognized the requirement to encourage more growth in SMS while awaiting MMS, and one mechanism to deal with this requirement and conjointly give customers a brand new SMS expertise was the invention of the improved Messaging Service (EMS) by the 3GPP standards body throughout the past twelve months. This has not de-focused the eye on MMS and can hopefully give SMS users brand new expertise and an introduction to MMS.
The invention of MMS has brought new challenges for its inventors. The net and mobile telecommunications environments should be merged for the first time. This can need an amendment within the cultural thinking of the regular users of those 2 completely different worlds. For instance, the net doesn’t appear to understand any bounds of bandwidth or storage capability, and the general perception is that the employment of the net is ‘free’.
In contrast, the mobile telecommunications atmosphere is proscribed regarding bandwidth, storage capability, and value. It’s in no way ‘free’ and is unlikely to be. Despite such variations, MMS has been identified as being the foremost vital service for 3GPP. It’s no choice, however, to reach an order to satisfy the general public expectations for mobile access to the net and the communication of varied message media types already in widespread use on the net. The twenty-first century has scarcely begun. What more extensive testimony to the inventors and developers of MMS may there be if, by the tip of the twenty-first century, 3GPP MMS was heralded as being one of the foremost vital inventions of that age?
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