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Endorasoft goes beyond the limits of SMS and SIM cards of mobile phones

24.10.2002


The basque company Endorasoft has created two computer systems that will offer to consumers and companies more services and possibilities for this kind of telephone systems.



Endorasoft is a company that develops software and hardware for applications in mobile telephone systems. At the present, they have two products, XSMS and XSIM, two new products in the market.

The XSMS is designed for massive sending of short messages by mobile phones. The objective is to avoid the restrictions of the present SMS, because they are made to send brief information, without verifying its effectiveness. With this new system, apart from checking that the receptor has received the message, you can also get an answer by just pressing a key. That way you will know it has been read and understand.


This new system offers a great number of possibilities. For example, from publishing promotions of mobile phones’ distribution stores to the possibility that a company director contacts with his commercial agents with the corresponding confirmation that the message will be read. To sum up, it is very useful for a small company that want to keep contact with their customers, users and employees constantly.

On the other side, the XSIM is oriented to individuals. It is a clone of mobile phones’ cards. When a mobile phone breaks, the operators activate only some functions. This programme enables passing the characteristics of the SIM card to another one with more capacity, so that it allows activating all functions without breaking the law. In addition to having a euro calculator in the mobile phone, it will be possible to transform it in a localiser if it is lost or stolen. In addition, in case of a service company, it will allow adopting the role of a GPS with lower costs.

The company Endorasoft expects to be in the market by the trade fair SIMO in Madrid, at the beginning of November.

Garazi Andonegi | alfa
Further information:
http://www.basqueresearch.com/index.asp?Gelaxka=1&hizk=I

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