SCCP


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SCCP

(Signaling Connection Control Point) A layer 3 protocol in an SS7 network that routes a message to the appropriate database. SCCP is used in conjunction with the TCAP protocol for sending queries to databases. See SS7 and TCAP. See also SSCP.
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On which investigation officer told that the witnesses had stated they were under pressure and Chairmen SCCP sent all messages to them through Commissioner.
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User-friendly GUI for configuring the SCCP signaling links over IP
Headquartered in Singapore, SCCP Group is a global innovator in secure mobile-based payment technologies.
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The boards of both PSE and SCCP recently approved the increase in the latter's capital stock, currently at P125 million.
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