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03/22/2018 Is Text Messaging Ruining Our Youth?

If you have noticed the apparent omnipresence of cell phones, as most of us surely have, it likely won't surprise you that about 86% of the world's roughly seven billion people have access to a mobile phone, or that 80% of cell phone owners use their devices to send and receive text messages. You may also be unsurprised to learn that the vast majority of texts are sent by teenagers under eighteen, and that the average teen from this group sends over 3,300 texts each month. The story that these numbers tell is hardly something we don't know: while Generation X grew up with face-to-face communication and calls from the landline, the social sphere of today's youth exists on LCD screens.

Is Text Messaging Ruining Our Youth?


03/20/2018 American Cast Iron Pipe Company Uses PageGate

American Cast Iron Pipe Company uses PageGate with a cellular modem to provide instant text alerts originating from their manufacturing execution system. The manufacturing system sends alerts to key individuals and allows the plant to run smoothly.

American Cast Iron Pipe Company Using PageGate


03/30/2018 Steps to Use Hytera with PageGate

PageGate can be easily integrated with Hytera CAD by using the GetMail module to receive email notifications from Hytera and process them in to SMS messages to recipients' cell phones, pages to their pagers or many other output methods.

Steps to Use Hytera with PageGate


03/28/2018 How Greenville Utitlities is Using PageGate

How is PageGate Used By Greenville Utilities?
PageGate is is used for sending ad-hoc text notifications to individuals or groups of employees, especially field personnel. The Greenville Utilities 24 hour control center uses PageGate on a daily basis for these type of tasks:

How Greenville Utilities Is Using PageGate


03/26/2018 Integrating Weather Message with PageGate

PageGate can be easily integrated with Weather Message by using the GetAscii module. Weather Message has built-in support for PageGate.

Integrating Weather Message with PageGate


03/19/2018 Using Cellular Modems, Routers and Gateways

Cellular hardware is the single most reliable and efficient method of delivering SMS with PageGate. By using cellular hardware, you are removing PageGates reliance on your internet connection to deliver your messages which means that your internet connection could go down and your messages would still be delivered. It is also important to note that using cellular hardware also allows you to receive replies to your messages, which means you can configure a two-way messaging system with SMS.

SMS capable cellular hardware comes in three varieties: cellular modem, router and gateway.

Using Cellular Modems and Routers


03/16/2018 Integration with GroundProbe

The GroundProbe system generates .csv format files that PageGate then finds and processes into a SMS this is then sent out to the client via a fitted USB dial up modem fitted with a local SIM card.

GroundProbe CAD uses PageGate's GetAscii module to pass messages to PageGate for delivery.

GroundProbe Integration


03/14/2018 Integrating Tyler Technologies CAD with PageGate

Tyler Technologies CAD uses PageGate's GetAscii module to pass messages to PageGate for delivery.

Integrating Tyler Technologies CAD with PageGate


03/12/2018 How Message Volume Impacts Cellular Hardware

Cellular hardware is, by far, the fastest and most reliable method of sending SMS with PageGate. However, the hardware itself has its own limitations on how fast it can push the traffic to the outside world.

Typically speaking, cellular hardware will be able to accept one message for delivery every 2 or 3 seconds, which means that the upper delivery rate on most cellular hardware is between 20 and 30 messages per minute. If you try to push more traffic than the device is capable of handling, you'll receive a CMS Error 500 indicating that the device has been overloaded and that can cause message delivery headaches like missed messages.

How Message Volume Impacts Cellular Hardware


03/09/2018 Direct Database Integration with PageGate

Follow these steps for direct database integration with PageGate

Direct Database Integration with PageGate


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