remote subscriber

remote subscriber

[ri′mōt səb′skrīb·ər]
(communications)
Subscriber to a network that does not have direct access to the switching center, but has access to the circuit through a facility such as a base message center.
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Motorola's platform-based solution benefits service providers with reduced total cost of ownership, scalability to new devices and protocols, remote subscriber support, and simple SDK APIs to integrate with back-end systems, including CRM, billing and others.
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