A SIM bank is a SIM card storage device with a capacity for remote SIM management. The “SIM server Polygator” protocol enables SIM cards for remote installation into VoIP-GSM gateways. This is possible due to establishing communication channels between SIM cards and VoIP-GSM gateways “Polygator” via TCP/IP connection.
The SIM-Server software performs automatic management of SIM banks and SIM cards. It connects/disconnects remote SIM cards and remote VoIP-GSM gateways using various SIM group rules. Therefore, SIM cards inserted into SIM banks are able to “move” between VoIP-GSM gateways installed in various locations.
SIM bank Polygator 200 main features
– Remote management of SIM cards
– SIM cards “hot swap” support
– Storing and management of up to 200 SIM cards
– Free “starting” license for remote SIM management software
– Compact size (1U height, 19” rackable)
– Fast replacing of SIM cards using 10x SIM holders
The VoIP-GSM gateway must have no SIM cards physically inserted. The SIM-Server connects SIM cards from remote SIM bank(s) to available VoIP-GSM gateways. It allows keeping SIM cards safe in some other place or even in another country. This technology also enables a user to manage SIM cards either via WEB-GUI or by API calls. This makes possible run efficient and sophisticated system. SIM cards hot swapping feature provides no service interruptions to other SIM-cards.
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