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RCS

RCS

(1) (Remote Computer Service) A remote timesharing service.

(2) (Revision Control System) A Unix utility that provides version control.
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Mavenir's global RCS Business Messaging Partner Ecosystem program launched in August 2018 consists of a growing community of industry messaging partners that focus on delivering a compelling business-to-consumer (B2C) messaging ecosystem for MNOs to become the mobile messaging platform of choice for advertisers, brands, content providers and enterprises.
Google will be taking over the RCS rollout instead of depending on carriers.
Whether operating from a remote location or on-board the drill, the new and improved RCS 5 intuitive main menu creates a user-friendly experience that ultimately increases productivity.
RCS 5 with the new function Drill Plan Generator (DPG) allows for creating and editing drill plans on board the rig or from a remote location quickly and easily.
The goal of RCS is to accommodate all the use cases, but this openness has created a gap.
The RCS messaging agent educates the existing users on how to use their current HDFC BankaACAOs mobile banking App.
This collaboration will help further the industry's momentum toward advanced messaging and global RCS coverage."
New Samsung Galaxy smartphones will also natively support RCS messaging, starting with those on a set of carriers that have or will soon launch RCS.
It remains uncertain if Apple will support RCS for iOS.
Now we are seeing operators further demonstrate their support for RCS by interconnecting their networks in a connect-once-to-all manner, which will dramatically increase the number of contacts a subscriber can enjoy RCS messaging with," said Alex Sinclair, CTO, GSMA.
Then, the aircraft is generally designed to minimize RCS in high frequency than low frequency.
Equipped with interoperability and media sharing features, RCS effectively replaces the traditional text messaging by enabling conversational and group messaging--a feature that was previously available only in popular messaging applications such as WhatsApp, Viber, and Facebook Messenger.