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Standalone SMS gateway hardware advice

Posted on 2010-08-13
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Hi,

I am looking for an sms gateway solution with as little dependencies as possible as it will be also used by a monitoring tool to signal system administrator of all problems happening in/to the network. I have looked at several internet based sms providers, but these of course all require live internet connections (and working network hardware).
Does anybody have any good recommendations for a hardware sms gateway; or any bad experiences? All info appreciated! Hardware and software will be used in Belgium, Europe.

Kind regards,

Patrick Elsen
Senior Research Manager
ATA IT bvba

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One vote for NowSMS http://www.nowsms.com/ and you also need a suitable GSM Modem in your area (and of course a your SIM card also).

If you can estimate numbers of SMS will be used to alert to your admin, that will much better for you when choose license model from NowSMS and choose the most GSM Modem. (Hint: You can use any kind of Mobile Phone that has COM Driver with USB connector for charging also) then you have your own SMS Gateway, independently.
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