Interop launches SMS technology that handles 36,000 texts per second

Interop Technologies, a provider of wireless technology solutions, has launched a new SMS routing system with a throughput that can handle up to 36,000 text message delivery attempts per second.

The new technology, which Interop said has been adopted by Pine Cellular, a local carrier in Oklahoma, comes as SMS traffic is increasing rapidly, putting even greater demands on SMS Centers to (SMSCs) to handle the demand for reliable text message transmission.

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