Wireless Gateway Now Uses the Internet. Reach Anyone,
Hanover, MA - NotePage, Inc. has introduced
PageGate version 4. PageGate is a complete text and SMS messaging
solution that incorporates the latest protocols for sending
messages via the Internet to pagers, mobile phones and other
By using the Internet as a means of accepting
messages, wireless carriers are now able to save significant
telecommunication charges. PageGate takes advantage of these
new capabilities by supporting all the latest Internet messaging
protocols: SNPP, WCTP, and SMTP. PageGate adds these new capabilities
to its already powerful product which includes such things
as redundant modem support, direct serial connection support,
and support for tens of thousands of recipients on a single
To ensure delivery even in the event of connectivity
loss, PageGate version 4 now adds two new failover options.
Messages that cannot be delivered to their intended recipients,
can be automatically redirected to a backup recipient or group,
or the message can be sent to the same recipient via a different
As always PageGate's modular design allows
users to select from six powerful interfaces, allowing users
to scale the application to meet their business needs economically.
Interfaces can be used individually or in conjunction with
each other, as PageGate can receive and process messages simultaneously
from multiple interfaces.
An innovative new serial interface enables PageGate
to extract messages from data received through a serial port.
This interface is commonly used for accepting data that would
normally be sent to a printer or other hardware device.
The new inbound TAP interface can turn PageGate
into a powerful TAP gateway for existing paging software,
or existing equipment that supports the industry standard
PageGate version 4 has a greatly enhanced ASCII
text file interface that enables it to 'watch' files for new
message data. The Commandline/Ascii interface also allows
for PageGate to be easily integrated into existing applications,
adding an additional level of notification to monitoring solutions,
or mission critical software.
PageGate's Windows Client now allows network
users to predefine up to 100 messages, so that urgent messages
can be sent with a single click.
The flexible web and email interfaces, turn
PageGate into a powerful webpage to pager, and email to pager
PageGate supports an unlimited number of paging,
mobile phone, and SMS carriers, making it ideal for challenging
businesses with demanding messaging needs.
PageGate requires Windows 95, 98, NT,
2000, ME or XP on a Pentium class processor, 64 Mb of
free RAM and 50 Mb of free hard drive space. PageGate
version 4 and its six interfaces are available immediately,
and may be purchased securely online at http://www.notepage.net/pagegate.htm
PageGate's pricing starts at $150.00 and varies
depending on the number of paging or mobile devices supported
and the number of interfaces selected. You can download a
free evaluation version of PageGate from the same URL. For
more information, contact NotePage, Inc. at 291 Rockland Street,
Suite 13, Hanover, MA 02339. Phone: (781) 829-0500. Fax: (781)
582-1869. E-mail: email@example.com. Internet: http://www.notepage.net
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NotePage, Inc. is a Hanover, Massachusetts company specializing
in wireless messaging software. In addition to PageGate, they
market (1) NotePager Net, a full featured network paging application
for Windows that allows everyone on a network to send individual,
group, pre-programmed, and scheduled pager messages through
the network server, (2) NotePager Pro, a standalone paging
application that sends text messages from computers to pagers
or mobile phones.(3) NotePager 32, an easy-to-use standalone
alphanumeric paging dispatch program that allows text messages
to be sent to single or multiple paging devices, (4) WebGate,
an Internet paging program that creates a paging gateway from
the Internet to paging devices, allowing messages to be sent
from e-mail and personal web pages.