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

A few examples include:


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


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 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.


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

Distributed 7

  • Global Variants – Compatible with networks in over 60 countries
    • ANSI, ITU, China, and country variants of MTP, ISUP, SCCP and TCAP
  • 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,