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RCS as the next step in the evolution of messaging

A cloud-based RCS interconnect hub would serve as an efficient means of deploying secure, advanced RCS communications.

The days of being restricted to a 160-character text message are long gone, SMS itself is now seen as "traditional" and, following the recent deluge of OTT messaging services such as iMessage, Snapchat and WhatsApp, the growth of Rich Communication Services (RCS) may prove to be the latest tipping point.

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RCS Hub - A Whole New World of Opportunity

Messaging as a Platform (MaaP) combines advanced messaging with standardized interfaces to chatbots and plugins that create a richer experience for consumers and allow businesses to realize the opportunities of conversational commerce with A2P messaging over IP.

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Chatbots in RCS Business Messaging

With RCS, for the first time, mobile network operators can offer the same capabilities that enterprises have been using on their websites and social networks (a bot store, bot discovery, bot search capability, etc.) but with the ubiquity of the mobile messaging ecosystem.
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The Dawning of the Age of the Chatbot

As we have already mentioned in our previous blogs, reach is key for brands, but once the connection between the brand and the consumer has been made, a fast and responsive bidirectional communication needs to be established. This applies also to mobile messaging.

Rich Communication Services (RCS)

With the growth of Business to Customer (B2C) Messaging, RCS is gaining momentum with global launches. Its open platform provides developers with everything they need to build and deploy advanced communication applications, offering new revenue opportunities for operators looking to offer new services to enterprise customers


Mobile Enterprise Communications


  • A cloud-based, carrier-grade solution delivered as a service from the Mavenir cloud
  • Mobile network operators have the opportunity to leverage existing mobile network infrastructur
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What’s the Price of “Free”?

You know the saying, “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”?  Google, seizing the opportunity to capture B2C messaging revenue, is offering operators free RCS P2P (Person to Person) messaging.