NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S5+
The NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S5+ comes in the E1(PRI / ISDN 30) range with the possibility of up to 2 x E1 connections and from 2 – 6 GSM Channels all with either 1,2 or 4 SIM cards per GSM Channel. The NovaTec Mobile Gateway S5+ cannot be expanded due to its 2 module construction, and will always be delivered with an MCU Board which holds the CCU function and 2 GSM Channels (each with 1 SIM card per Channel) and room for either 2 x PRI/E1 connections or 4 x BRI/ISDN 2 connections.
Many applications can be achieved with the NMG S5+; these include SMS-Email-SMS, Call-back in all specifications, National, International GSM or Fixed Network.
The NMG S5+ can also be used in conjunction with the SIM Server technology from NovaTec.
NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S6
The NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S6 comes in the E1(PRI / ISDN 30) range with the possibility of up to 2 x E1 connections and from 4 – 16 GSM Channels all with either 1 or 4 SIM cards per GSM Channel (either WAU Wireless Access Unit or Enhanced Wireless Unit). The GSM Channels come in 4 GSM Channel steps and can be upgraded by inserting more GSM Channel cards.
Many applications can be achieved with the NMG S6; these include SMS-Email-SMS, Call-back in all specifications, National, International GSM or Fixed Network.
The NMG S6 can also be used in conjunction with the SIM Server technology (SOS) from NovaTec. For more information, see below SOS – Sea of SIMS.
The NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S6 is also available with redundancy enabled power supplies.
NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S20
The NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S20 comes in the E1(PRI / ISDN 30) range with the possibility of up to 4 x E1 connections and from 4 – 60 GSM Channels all with either 1 or 4 SIM cards per GSM Channel (either WAU Wireless Access Unit or Enhanced Wireless Unit). The GSM Channels come in 4 GSM Channel steps and can be upgraded by inserting more GSM Channel cards.
Many applications can be achieved with the NMG S20; these include SMS – Email – SMS, Call,back in all specifications, National, International GSM or Fixed Network.
The NMG S20 can also be used in conjunction with the SIM Server technology (SOS) from NovaTec. For more information, see below Sea of SIMS SOS.
The NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG S20 is also available with redundancy enabled power supplies.
SOS – Sea of SIMS for GSM Gateway
SOS (Sea of SIMs) is the abbreviation for the NovaTec SIM – Server, which is an extension to the NovaTec Mobile Gateway NMG, which provides a centralized storage and management of a number of SIM Cards.
Central SIM storage & management
Intelligent, automatic SIM-to-GSM channel mapping based on network, tariff, remaining, budget etc.
Real any SIM to GSM Gateway channel relation.
Each EWU is directly linked to corresponding SCU on the SOS side giving complete back to back communication between NMG and SOS. The result is a minimal time delay.
In connection with the NMS Network management system all SIMs can be configured from a centralized remote location, for any number of NMGs and SOS being operated.
While using more than one NovaTec Mobile Gateway at different locations, the required SIM-Cards have not to be applied inside the NovaTec Gateways, but they could be stored and managed from a centralized remote location. This job can be done by the NovaTec SIM-Server, which is connected to the NMGs via an IP-Connection. Over this connection all necessary data from the assigned SIM-Card are provided from the SIM-Card Server to the NMG, from where the connection will be set up.
Herewith we would like to show some of the applications within the GSM Gateways, Some of these are only available in the larger models!
- SMS – Email – SMS
- Call Back options National and International
- NovaTec Billing
- Network Management System NMS
NMG S5+ – GSM Gateway
NMG S6 – GSM Gateway
NMG S20 – GSM Gateway
SOS – Sea of SIMS
GSM Gateway Features
Modular construction – allowing for most customer specifications to be met:
- Antenna combining units to reduce the need for numerous smaller antennas and to allow the use of external directional antennas.
- Incoming calls are mediated automatically or by manual dialling per mobile phone (depending on dialled number).
- Least Cost Routing including generation of AOC information.
- Combination of various interfaces: E1, BRI (ISDN 2) and U0, GSM.
- GSM and fixed network Call-back.
- Channel to SIM Mapping e. g. B-Channel 1 on the E1 always uses the first SIM.
- Remote Maintenance with Trace Info Client which shows detailed Layer 1/2/3 and ASR information.
- Fall-back to other Trunk Groups if call fails.
- Call Data Recording.
- Call Home to the Network Management System for automatic upgrades and upload of CDR’s onto your server.
- SIM-Multiplexing. You have the choice between 1 SIM, 2 SIM or 5 SIM multiplexing per channel and now with the SIM Server SOS there is no restriction how many SIM cards can be allocated to 1 GSM Channel.
- Budget assignment per SIM which makes it possible to block a SIM or Port or have it automatically switched to the next SIM after an amount of money or connection-time is exhausted.
- Real Time Call Monitoring with the Call Server software.
- Access List to restrict use of system to known callers/users only.
- With the reaching of the Budget Limit a Call Home Event will be activated.
- Call Home Events are now also possible over V.24 (RS232) or IP.
- Optionally it is possible to receive or transmit data, faxes and SMS news for suitable ISDN terminals or PCs over the mobile net.
- Remote control, full call-data provision, automatic network management system, call information interpreter and a real time call monitoring are available.
- Time or Price budgeting of SIMs.
- Remote budget monitor via email or SMS.
- Budget dependent SIM Multiplexing for each SIM per channel.
- Advanced CDRs with precise SIM individual information.
- OSI Layer 3 Analysis Data tracing in: IMSI, IMEI, ICC-ID, Budget (actual expiration and Limit), Home Carrier, Actual Carrier, GSM-Engine Date (Name, Manufacturer, Firmware Version), Cell-ID, LAC, Last release reason, Active connection.
- In the Call Server (CDR Information) the Port-ID (Interface-ID), the ISDN B-Channel and the ICC-ID (SIM Card ID) will be shown.