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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Fitur Baru di OZEKI-NG : List Management


How to set up List Management


This chapter provides instructions on how to install and configure the List Management for SMS filtering using the Ozeki NG SMS Gateway software.
The List Management is a filtering option, which lets you filter your inbound and outbound messages with a list of telephone numbers.
You can configure List Management using the graphical user interface of Ozeki SMS Gateway. Click Edit on the menu and choose the List Management option that you can see in Figure 1.

Figure 1 - Click Edit/ List management
Figure 2 shows two options available for you to create your new telephone list. You can create a new empty list by clicking the "Add new list" option, or import an existing phone list by clicking "Import list".

Figure 2 - Choose your prefererred option
After clicking on Add new list, give the name of the list into the text box. (Figure 3)

Figure 3 - Add a new empty list
Figure 4 shows you how to import a list file. The list file have to be in .txt file format and every telephone numbers have to be in new lines.
E.g.: 
  • +36456844245
  • +35645684528
  • .
The following picture shows where you need to provide the name of the list and choose the list file.

Figure 4 - Add a name and browse your own list
Figure 5 views the List management menu where your can find your created lists. Clicking on the Exportbutton you can save the phone numbers to a .txt document.

Figure 5 - List management menu
If you are done creating your new list, head to the Inbound or Outbound routing menu to set your rules to filter using this new list.
In Figure 6 you can see how you can add sender number to list, or remove sender number from list in case of an incoming SMS message.
If you would like to add the phone number of the sender to a list or remove a phone number from it, you need to choose the name of the list from the "Add sender number to list"/"Remove sender number from list" menu.

Figure 6 - Inbound routing
Figure 7 shows how to add the recipient phone number to a list or remove it in case of an outgoing SMS message. Choose the listname from the menu which belongs to the "Add recipient number to list" or"Remove recipient number from list", and the phone number will be added to the list or deleted from it.

Figure 7 - Outbound routing
Figure 8 shows how to filter SMS messages based on a list. You can use the list_member(listname)and the not_list_member(listname) methods in Condition 1 (Sender phone number) or Condition 2 (Recipient phone number) text boxes.
In case of Inbound routing:
  • If the list_member(listname) method is used and the sender phone number is member of the list, the SMS message will be forwarded to the destination.
  • If the not_list_member(listname) method is used and the sender phone number is not member of the list, the SMS message will be forwarded to the destination.
In case of Outbound routing:
  • If the list_member(listname) method is used and the recipient phone number is member of the list, the SMS message will be forwarded to the service provider connection.
  • If the not_list_member(listname) method is used and the recipient phone number is not member of the list, the SMS message will be forwarded to the service provider connection.

Figure 8 - Add condition

Setting up list management database
By default lists are stored in files. Instead of storing the lists in file system, you can save them into database. You can activate it under Edit / Server Preferences menu. Choose the Databases tab and then the List manager settings tab.

Figure 9 - Set Database
You need choose the Database connection type and give the database connection string.
You only need to create a new database without any tables and give its name in the connection string. The Ozeki NG SMS Gateway will create the tables for the lists.

Sending SMS Messages to a list
It is possible to send one SMS message to the members of a list. Figure 10 shows you how to give the recipient phone number.
  • list://listname
  • grp://listname

Figure 10 - Sending message to a list
You can also send SMS messages to lists using the E-mail to SMS Feature of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. You need to give the recipients on the following ways:
  • list__listname@smsgw.ozeki.hu
  • grp__listname@smsgw.ozeki.hu
If you have any other questions, please contact us at info@ozekisms.com.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Tren: Penjualan Smartphone naik 46.5% & melebihi Featurephone untuk pertama kalinya..



Gartner Says Smartphone Sales Grew 46.5 Percent in Second Quarter of 2013 and Exceeded Feature Phone Sales for First Time

Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Grew 3.6 Percent in Second Quarter of 2013
Microsoft Has Become the No. 3 Smartphone OS Overtaking BlackBerry
Worldwide mobile phone sales to end users totaled 435 million units in the second quarter of 2013, an increase of 3.6 percent from the same period last year, according to Gartner, Inc. Worldwide smartphone sales to end users reached 225 million units, up 46.5 percent from the second quarter of 2012. Sales of feature phones to end users totaled 210 million units and declined 21 percent year-over-year. 
“Smartphones accounted for 51.8 percent of mobile phone sales in the second quarter of 2013, resulting in smartphone sales surpassing feature phone sales for the first time,” said Anshul Gupta, principal research analyst at Gartner. Asia/Pacific, Latin America and Eastern Europe exhibited the highest smartphone growth rates of 74.1 percent, 55.7 percent and 31.6 percent respectively, as smartphone sales grew in all regions.
Samsung maintained the No. 1 position in the global smartphone market, as its share of smartphone sales reached 31.7 percent, up from 29.7 percent in the second quarter of 2012 (see Table 1). Apple’s smartphone sales reached 32 million units in the second quarter of 2013, up 10.2 percent from a year ago. 
Table 1
Worldwide Smartphone Sales to End Users by Vendor in 2Q13 (Thousands of Units)
Company
2Q13
Units
2Q13 Market Share (%)
2Q12
Units
2Q12 Market Share (%)
Samsung
71,380.9
31.7
45,603.8
29.7
Apple
31,899.7
14.2
28,935.0
18.8
LG Electronics
11,473.0
5.1
5,827.8
3.8
Lenovo
10,671.4
4.7
4,370.9
2.8
ZTE
9,687.6
4.3
6,331.4
4.1
Others
90,213.6
40.0
62,704.0
40.8
Total
225,326.2
100.0
153,772.9
100.0
Source: Gartner (August 2013)
In the smartphone operating system (OS) market (see Table 2), Microsoft took over BlackBerry for the first time, taking the No. 3 spot with 3.3 percent market share in the second quarter of 2013. “While Microsoft has managed to increase share and volume in the quarter, Microsoft should continue to focus on growing interest from app developers to help grow its appeal among users,” said Mr. Gupta. Android continued to increase its lead, garnering 79 percent of the market in the second quarter. 
Table 2
Worldwide Smartphone Sales to End Users by Operating System in 2Q13 (Thousands of Units)
Operating System
2Q13
 Units
2Q13 Market Share (%)
2Q12
 Units
2Q12 Market Share (%)
Android
177,898.2
79.0
98,664.0
64.2
iOS
31,899.7
14.2
28,935.0
18.8
Microsoft
7,407.6
3.3
4,039.1
2.6
BlackBerry
6,180.0
2.7
7,991.2
5.2
Bada
838.2
0.4
4,208.8
2.7
Symbian
630.8
0.3
9,071.5
5.9
Others
471.7
0.2
863.3
0.6
Total
225,326.2
100.0
153,772.9
100.0
Source: Gartner (August 2013)
Mobile Phone Vendor Perspective
Samsung: Samsung remained in the No. 1 position in the overall mobile phone market, with sales to end users growing 19 percent in the second quarter of 2013 (see Table 3). “We see demand in the premium smartphone market come mainly from the lower end of this segment in the $400-and-below ASP mark. It will be critical for Samsung to step up its game in the mid-tier and also be more aggressive in emerging markets. Innovation cannot be limited to the high end,” said Mr. Gupta. 
Nokia: Slowing demand of feature phone sales across many markets worldwide, and fierce competition in the smartphone segment, affected Nokia’s mobile phone sales in the second quarter of 2013. Nokia’s mobile phone sales totaled 61 million units, down from 83 million units a year ago. Nokia’s Lumia sales grew 112.7 percent in the second quarter of 2013 thanks to its expanded Lumia portfolio, which now include Lumia 520 and Lumia 720. “With the recent announcement of the Lumia 1020, Nokia has built a wide portfolio of devices at multiple price points, which should boost Lumia sales in the second half of 2013,” said Mr. Gupta. “However, Nokia is facing tough competition from Android devices, especially from regional and Chinese manufacturers which are more aggressive in terms of price points.” 
Apple: While sales continued to grow, the company faced a significant drop in the ASP of its smartphones. Despite the iPhone 5 being the most popular model, its ASP declined to the lowest figure registered by Apple since the iPhone's launch in 2007. The ASP reduction is due to strong sales of the iPhone 4, which is sold at a strongly discounted price. “While Apple’s ASP demonstrates the need for a new flagship model, it is risky for Apple to introduce a new lower-priced model too,” said Mr. Gupta. “Although the possible new lower-priced device may be priced similarly to the iPhone 4 at $300 to $400, the potential for cannibalization will be much greater than what is seen today with the iPhone 4. Despite being seen as the less expensive sibling of the flagship product, it would represent a new device with the hype of the marketing associated with it.” 
Lenovo: Lenovo’s mobile phone sales grew 60.6 percent to reach 11 million units in the second quarter of 2013. Lenovo’s quarter performance was bolstered by smartphone sales. Its smartphone sales grew 144 percent year-over-year and helped it rise to the No. 4 spot in the worldwide smartphone market for the first time. Lenovo continues to rely heavily on its home market in China, which represents more than 95 percent of its sales. It remains challenging for Lenovo to expand outside China as it has to strengthen its direct channel as well as its relationships with communications service providers. 
Table 3
Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales to End Users by Vendor in 2Q13 (Thousands of Units)
Company
2Q13
Units
2Q13 Market Share (%)
2Q12
Units
2Q12 Market Share (%)
Samsung
107,526.0
24.7
90,432.1
21.5
Nokia
60,953.7
14.0
83,420.1
19.9
Apple
31,899.7
7.3
28,935.0
6.9
LG Electronics
17,016.4
3.9
14,345.4
3.4
ZTE
15,280.7
3.5
17,198.2
4.1
Huawei
11,275.1
2.6
10,894.2
2.6
Lenovo
10,954.8
2.5
6,821.7
1.6
TCL Communication
10,134.3
2.3
9,355.7
2.2
Sony Mobile Communications
9,504.7
2.2
7,346.8
1.7
Yulong
7,911.5
1.8
4,016.2
1.0
Others
152,701.5
35.1
147,354.60
35.1
Total
435,158.4
100.0
420,120.0
100.0
Source: Gartner (August 2013)
“With second quarter of 2013 sales broadly on track, we see little need to adjust our expectations for worldwide mobile phone sales forecast to total 1.82 billion units this year. Flagship devices brought to market in time for the holidays, and the continued price reduction of smartphones will drive consumer adoption in the second half of the year,” said Mr. Gupta. 
Additional information is in the Gartner report "Market Share Analysis: Mobile Phones, Worldwide, 2Q13." The report is available on Gartner's website at http://www.gartner.com/document/2573119.