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SMS Gateway
16 Oct 2005 22:15:10 -0700

Hello, for those looking for SMS utilities/solutions, I'm releasing
two very interesting messaging middlewares.

Welcome all suggestions, enquiries, and biz proposals.

VisualGSM Lite (Freeware)

Description on CNET download ...

From the developer: "The VisualGSM Lite edition allows personalized
broadcast of text/flash SMS messages using GSM modems or compatible
GSM mobile phones via serial data cable or infrared link. Features
include the ability to send unicode/Chinese SMS messages, send log,
import/export addressbook, auto-detect function allows automatic
detection of your device setup configurations, API to integrate to 3rd
party applications and web portals using HTTP. Users can make use of
VisualGSM Lite to build various innovative messaging applications such
network resource monitoring, and SMS marketing applications."

CNET download (Popular download) -
Tucows download (ranked 4 cows) -

VisualGSM Enterprise (Shareware)

From the developer: "VisualGSM Enterprise SMS Gateway is an
open-platform SQL DB driven SMS and WAP Push application suite, that
empowers corporate managers to self-deploy Interactive/Concatenated
SMS and WAP Push applications rapidly throughout their organization.

It has an easy-to-use real-time configurator to connect enterprise
applications to the GSM network via built-in APIs. Provides a built-in
application testing environment to allow Rapid Application Deployment.
Integration components include email2sms, sms2email, sms2sql,
sms2http, http2sms, etc.

VisualGSM Enterprise's WAP Push delivery mechanism delivers multimedia
movies, polyphonic ringtones, pictures and Java application to mobile


More information is available at

I will also answer all GSM, SMS, WAP Push related questions at

Best Regards,

Joshua Lim
Visualtron Software

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