Infinite Convergence continues on its path of innovation by introducing the Personal Messaging Cloud Message Storage Application for delivering Rich Communication-based messaging experiences that enable new services and revenue streams for mobile operators.
With PMC MSA, mobile operators can offer subscribers a carrier-grade, unified messaging experience across platforms and devices, including tablets, laptops and mobile phones, and operating systems, such as Android, iOS and Windows. PMC MSA’s multi-device synchronization enables subscribers to start a conversation on one device and seamlessly move to another. Based on a single mobile number that connects every device, a subscriber’s complete message history – all messages sent or received by the subscriber – is stored in a cloud-based server and synched in real-time to each device.
“The rise of BYOD in the workplace and subscribers owning multiple devices has created a need for communication continuity,” said
In conjunction with Infinite Convergence’s
“RCS is experiencing renewed momentum with mobile operators such as Sprint and Vodafone using it as the foundation for their recently-launched enhanced mobile messaging services,” said
Infinite Convergence’s messaging solutions are currently deployed with tier-1 and tier-2 mobile operators.
To learn more about Infinite Convergence’s solutions, visit the website.
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