Swapcom offers demos of mobile apps

Swapcom is promising visitors to its stand in hall eight a multitude of mobile demonstrations during Gitex 2002. At the heart of the developer’s stand is its Multimedia Mobile Gateway (MMG).

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  October 6, 2002

Swapcom is promising visitors to its stand in hall eight a multitude of mobile demonstrations during Gitex 2002. At the heart of the developer’s stand is its Multimedia Mobile Gateway (MMG), which enables companies to connect to the various wireless networks around the world and implement high revenue generating applications.

“Bringing successful and mature wireless value-added services to mobile customers in the Middle East and GCC countries through reliable business models — this what Swapcom believes it is capable of delivering,” says Abderrrahim Rochdi, head of international sales, Swapcom.

MMG manages SMS, cell broadcast (CB), EMS and MMS messages. Swapcom connectors are compatible with 90% of the SMS, CB and MMS centres in the market, claim the vendors.

Alongside MMG, the mobile developer will demonstrate MyChat — a chat application that uses CB. Swapcom will also display its MySport solution, which is based on cell broadcast information portal (CBIP).

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