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Standards

NewNet Messaging Solutions is committed to supporting industry standards across its entire product line.

A few examples include:

Mercury

Mercury MMSC supports the following protocol interfaces:

  • MM1
  • MM3
  • MM4
  • MM7:
    • 3GPP MM7 (SOAP)
    • Nokia EAIF

CDR formats supported by Mercury are implemented conform:

  • 3GPP TS32.299 specifications version 7.5.0 release 7.
  • 3GPP TS32.240 specifications version V8.1.0 (2007-12).
  • 3GPP TS32.270 specification version V8.1.0

The API used for Mercury Composer is based on SOAP/XML

Mercury DataTrack supports report generation per protocol interface:

  • MM1
  • MM3
  • MM4
  • MM7

Implementation conforms to 3GPP TS 23.140

Mercury DeviceDetect supports the OTA protocols for GPRS settings as follows:

  • Ericsson OTA v6.0, v6.5 and v7.x
  • Nokia OTA v6.0, v6.5 and v7.x
  • OMA v1.1

The DeviceDetect module supports the OTA protocols for multiple modem settings:

  • GPRS:
    • OMA v1.1.
  • WAP:
    • Ericsson OTA v6.0, v6.5 and v7.x
    • Nokia OTA v6.0, v6.5 and v7.x
    • OMA v1.1.
  • MMS:
    • Ericsson OTA v6.5 and v7.x
    • Nokia OTA v6.5 and v7.x
    • OMA v1.1.

Binary SMS’s submitted to an SMSC can be based on:

  • SMPP v3.4 or higher or
  • UCP 5.1 (EMI) or
  • CIMD2

Implementation conforms to:

  • 3GPP TS 22.101
  • 3GPP TS 23.002
  • 3GPP TS 23.012
  • 3GPP TS 29.002
  • 3GPP TS 23.018
  • 3GPP TS 23.003
  • 3GPP TS 29.002
  • 3GPP TS 29.018
  • OMA-ERELD-ClientProvisioning-V1.1 2005/04/28
  • OMA-WAP-ProvBoot-Provisioning Bootstrap-V1.1 2005/04/28
  • OMA-WAP-ProvSC- Provisioning SMART CARD -V1.12004/04/28
  • OMA-WAP-ProvCont- Provisioning Content V1.1-2005/04/28-C
  • OMA-WAP-ProvArch- Provisioning Architecture Overview V1.1-2005/04/28-C
  • OMA-WAP-ProvUAB- Provisioning User Agent Behaviour V1.1-2005/04/28-C
  • RFC2279
  • Over the Air Settings Specifications – Ericsson V6.0 – 2000/05/30 {GT/NB2000:0012}
  • Over the Air Settings Specifications – Ericsson V6.5 – 2000/12/05 {GT/NB2000:0012}
  • Over the Air Settings Specifications – Ericsson V7.0 – 2001/09/12 {GT/NB2000:0012}
  • Over the Air Settings Specifications – SonnyEricsson V7.1 – 2003/09/15{DSS00234-EN}
  • R600, exemptions to the Over the Air Settings Specifications – Ericsson V6.5.

The Mercury Diameter Charging Function supports the following scenarios:

  • Immediate Event Charging (IEC)
  • Event Charging with Unit Reservation (ECUR)
  • The following 3rd party billing interfaces are supported:
  • Diameter Base protocol, IETF RFC 3588;
  • Diameter Credit-Control Application, IETF RFC 4006;
  • Diameter charging applications, 3GPP TS 32.299, v7.5.0;
  • Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) charging, 3GPP TS 32.270, v7.1.0

The Mercury WAP gateway offers the following functionality:

  • WAP1-browsing: WAP Gateway can fetch content from the Internet for subscribers with wap1 compatible mobile phones.
  • WAP2-browsing: WAP Gateway acts as an http proxy for wap2 compatible mobile phones, together with specific functionality like CDR creation, access control or header manipulation.

The Mercury WAP Gateway supports both:

  • Non-secure connections:
    • WSP/HTTP for WAP 1.x
    • W-HTTP/HTTP for WAP 2.0
  • Secure connections:
    • WSP over WTLS / HTTPs for WAP 1.x
    • W-HTTPS/HTTPS for WAP 2.0.

The Mercury WAP Gateway provides the following transfer encoding capabilities on the PAP request:

  • Transfer-encoding free
  • 7 bits
  • 8 bits
  • Base64

Lithium

The Lithium SMS Application Gateway supports the following industry standard protocols for session management and message submission:

  • SMPP version 3.3 and 3.4
  • UCP version 4.6
  • CIMD2

The Lithium SMS Router can generate CDRs in several SMSC compatible formats:

  • SMSC-compatible ASN.1 format (FCDR)
  • Nokia SMSC-compatible format (NCDR)
  • Ericsson MSC-compatible format (ECDR)
  • Comverse SMSC-compatible format (CCDR)
  • 8 format (SCDR)
  • Logica-compatible format (LCDR)
  • Huawei comma-separated values (CSV) format (HCDR)

The Lithium Prepaid Billing Controller (PBC) module supports the following 3rd party billing platform interface types:

  • Native Mode Diameter (based on IETF RFC 3588 and RFC 4006)
  • Ericsson SCAPv1 (based on IETF RFC 3588 and Ericsson SCAP specification)
  • Ericsson SCAPv2 (based on IETF RFC 3588, RFC 4006 and Ericsson DAAC/SCAP v2 specification)
  • Amdocs Diameter (based on IETF RFC 3588, RFC 4006, 3GPP TS 32.299 and Amdocs DCCA specification)
  • 3GPP charging (based on IETF RFC 3588, RFC 4006 and 3GPP TS 32.274)
  • SMPP++ (based on SMPP 3.4 and Huawei specification)
  • Camel (SS7 based) charging.

The PBC supports the publicly available OpenLDAP library, version 2.4.23 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (see http://www.openldap.org). On Solaris the provided OpenLDAP version is 2.3.43.

The PBC supports LDAP v3, and implements the client side of LDAP over TCP (RFC 2251), LDAP attributes (RFC 2252), UTF-8 support (RFC 2253), LDAP search filters (RFC 2254).

The Lithium IPSMGW is based on the following standards:

  • IETF RFC 3428 SIP Extension for Instant Messaging – This specification contains the detailed protocol syntax for the MESSAGE method used to send and receive SIP-based instant messages.
  • 3GPP TS 24.299 SIP Session Description Protocol – This specification contains the detailed protocol syntax for general SIP communications
  • 3GPP TS 24.341 Support of SMS over IP Networks – This specification contains the call flows for transporting MAP-based SMS inside the SIP MESSAGE method and details the contents of the SIP protocol fields.
  • 3GPP TS 23.204 Support of Short Message Service (SMS) over generic 3GPP Internet Protocol (IP) access This specification contains the high-level description of the functions of a stand-alone IP SMS Gateway solution.
  • TS 23.040 Technical Realization of the Short Message Service – This is the specification for the detailed content of the SMS protocol.

Cobalt

  • SS7 and SIGTRAN M3UA
  • Application support: SMPP, UCP, CIMD2
  • CALEA AF support (Lawful Intercept AF support )
  • WAP support
  • Call barring (lMSI and MSISDN)
  • TDMA, CDMA, GSM, iDEN

Distributed 7

  • Global Variants – Compatible with networks in over 60 countries
    • ANSI, ITU, China, and country variants of MTP, ISUP, SCCP and TCAP
    • GSMA I/F, GSMMAP, ANSI 41
  • Node management with MML, GUI, and SNMP Virtual SS7 Environment simulating an SS7 board, its driver, and cable connections
  • SS7 Interface Support for T1, El, and J1(75, 100,120 Ohm), V.35 and RS-449 interlaces
  • Board Support for PCI, PCI-e and PMC bus architectures up to 128 links per card
  • Dual TCP/IP communication
  • 110 bus support
  • OS Support Solaris 9,