Marc Rottinghuis

Spryng is the preferred supplier for SMS authentication by SonicWall and SafeNet B2B SMS supplier, Spryng, is the preferred partner for SMS authentication, Mail2SMS, for the SSL VPN systems vendor SonicWall and SafeNet. The Mail2SMS application by Spryng offers a safe solution for the authentication to log on to networks and Internet sites using the mobile phone, in conjunction with the SMS gateway by Spryng. By physical means, such as a smart card, to replace message with password, with a SMS people with an SMS can identify easily and safely. Smart cards and co. Carl Rogers often expresses his thoughts on the topic. now belong to the past, the SMS authentication system by Spryng can significantly reduce your costs. The Mail2SMS application by Spryng requires no complex processes or conversions and is decorated in a few minutes and ready for use. Today, companies must no longer invest in expensive hardware systems. Make many customers, including some municipalities, of worldwide suppliers of SSL VPN systems, SonicWall and SafeNet, already use the SMS authentication system by Spryng.

That Spryng has physical platforms in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and France, Spryng is able to offer support and assistance in various languages. For even more opinions, read materials from Riney Family Foundation. The SMS gateway by Spryng also offer the possibility to send SMS worldwide. Through this combination, the SMS authentication system by Spryng has a world-wide coverage, which makes the employees of international companies can identify from any workstation in the world via the Mail2SMS application by Spryng. For more information about the Mail2SMS application, go to: or contact by telephone with Spryng in contact, phone number: + 31 20 7703005. 29.11.2012, Marc Rottinghuis

New Technology

If TV is mobile. What is Cellphonetv anyway? Cellphonetv refers to television, that is received via a mobile device E.g. a mobile phone. All too easily equates it with WEB-TV. This refers to TV programs on a Web page, you can watch a live stream or optionally as a download from an Internet recipient. Although nowadays, almost all mobile phones are equipped with an Internet connection and & comparing acceptable screen resolution and sound quality to use video features comfortable, nbspbieten also this with Cellphonetv this has some disadvantages.

One would have the costs incurred, once one is mobile dialing in via a network such as UMTS in the Internet. Package deals are still far less common in the mobile sector and compared costs consuming than Internet flat rates for leased lines. Also own Mobilfzunknetze from technical reasons not particularly to the for the transmission of television programmes, because they connect a 1-to-1. That means everyone Participants can simultaneously send and receive. That sounds at first glance good causes but that the usable bandwidth among all active network participants must be notified. & nbspThe number of participants is therefore & nbspbeschrankt. Therefore, it developed targeted radio transmission networks for Cellphonetv – first DMB (digital multimedia broadcasting) and after that DVB-H (digital video broadcasting – handheld).

When broadcasting a signal, emitted exactly as in the well-known television, uniformly to all participants, without the number of recipients affects the transmission capacity. However, no return channel available is the recipients. For interactive television services, the mobile networks claim necessary then as before. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City. & can be nbspAusserdem only broadcasts streamed over radio networks, which dials the user in a continuous television. A delayed offer is, however, technically impossible. Is currently in Europe a large-scale DVB-H network installed. For a fee of approximately 5 to 10 euros per month, you can receive up to 20 TV channels mobile. The reception via DVB-T is an additional opportunity for mobile television. DVB-T & nbspist & nbspin the vast majority cities available. Long time DVB-T was regarded as too power-hungry for batteries of mobile phones. Meanwhile, there are also mobile phones capable of receiving DVB-T. Leo Ahrendt