Please note that Bangla SMS software and this website did not have any major update since 2006.

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Bangla SMS : 3SM Systems : News

April 28, 2006

Focus Bangladesh Reception

Focus Bangladesh oraganised a special reception for the 3SM Systems team for their pioneering achievement in Bangla SMS. This event took place at the VIP lounge of Dhaka Reporters' Unity at 3:30 PM. The Chairman of University Grants Commission (UGC) Dr. M. Asaduzzaman was present as chief guest at the occasion. The special guests were Honorable Head of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering of Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology Prof. Dr. Muhammad Masroor Ali, AVP (Product Development & Value Added Services) of Pacific Bangladesh Telecom Limited Mr. Ahmed Armaan Siddiqui, Chairman of Economic Reporters' Forum Mr. Zakaria Kajol et al. The program was nicely organized & presented by Founding Chairman of Focus Bangladesh Mr. Aminul Haque Bhuiyan. The speakers congratulated the 3SM Systems team for their success and shared their valuable insights in this regard. 3SM Systems team would like to thank everybody who was present to encourage their effort. Special thanks goes to Prof. Dr. Muhammad Masroor Ali Sir for his kind presence in spite of his busy schedule & also for his ever-enlightening speech. The ceremony was covered by reporters of different dailies and TV media specially NTV ("Vinno Shwader Khobor"), ATN Bangla, STV etc.


February 21, 2006

GrameenPhone launched Bangla SMS

GrameenPhone has launched Amar Bhasha (a customised version of Bangla Text SMS software developed by 3SM Systems). 3SM Systems would like to thank Mr. Mujtaba Sattar (Anonto), CEO, Inforev Limited for his co-ordination with Grameenphone in this regard.


November 21, 2005

Bangla SMS - IISP Selected Project at BASIS SoftExpo 2005

Bangla SMS by 3SM Systems has been selected by Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) along with 7 other projects for participation in BASIS SoftExpo 2005 under IT innovation Search Program (IISP). This mega exposition has taken place from November 27 to December 01, 2005 at the Bangladesh China Friendship Conference Hall, Dhaka.


September 26, 2005

The Daily Ittefaq Feature

The Daily Ittefaq has published a feature on Bangla SMS. This article was contributed by Mr. Rajib. Although there had been some confusing information regarding the Bangla Text SMS and the Bangla Picture SMS, this article solely resulted in the highest 501 hits to that single day.


September 18, 2005

The Daily Shamokal Feature

The Daily Shamokal has published an feature highlighting the first ever public release of Bangla Text SMS Software at the regular "Online" page. This article was contributed by Mr. Rajib Kumar Bhowmik.


August 31, 2005

The Daily Inqilab Editorial

The Daily Inqilab has published an editorial on Bangla Text SMS.


August 23, 2005

Release of Text SMS

As the pioneers of Bangla SMS, 3SM Systems proudly state that their project has generated a huge response both at the user as well as at the developer base introducing a new era in Bangla messaging. 3SM Systems welcome all the new developers who have remotely exerted their efforts in developing Bangla SMS softwares, although they represent only a subset of the features already implemented by the 3SM Systems team. With the introduction of GPRS by several of the mobile operators as well as more availability of Java supported mobile sets, 3SM Systems feel this time to be appropriate to release their previously developed software for Java-enabled mobile sets. This would enable the users to view the Bangla text at the time of typing as well as send Bangla SMS as text messages.


August 17, 2005

The Daily Star Feature

The Daily Star has published an feature highlighting the pioneers of Bangla SMS at the Star City page titled as "Bangla SMS A Reality".


August 6, 2005

Bangla SMS - Best Software at NSU SoftFair 2005

The 3SM Systems team has successfully represented BUET in the Sixth SoftFair 2005 organized by North South University Computer Club (NSUCC) from August 4 - 6 at the Exhibition Centre of Bashundhara City. Their Bangla SMS software secured first position among the university participants. A high number of private and public universities along with the renowned IT companies participated in this year's fair. Their Bangla SMS software attracted huge crowd at the BUET stall. It is to mention that theirs was the only software at the University level that had already been and also is currently deployed at the industry. Their stall was also decorated uniquely with innumerable snapshots of Bangla Text messages generated by their software.


June 12, 2005

The Daily Naya Diganta Feature

The Daily Naya Diganta has published a feature on Bangla SMS and 3SM Systems in their weekly ICT Focus suppliment. This article was contributed by Mr Rajib Kumar Bhowmik.


May 25, 2005

BUET Campus News

The achievent of 3SM Systems in contributing to the industry by developing the first ever Bangla SMS was highlighted in BUET Campus News page.


May 20, 2005

The Daily Prothom Alo Feature

The Daily Prothom Alo has published a feature on Bangla SMS and 3SM Systems in their weekly Projonmo Dot Com suppliment. This article was contributed by Ms. Asha Nazneen.


May 13, 2005

Citycell launched Bangla SMS

Citycell, with the technical support of 3SM Systems, has launched the first ever Bangla SMS service in Bangladesh by giving its inaugural advertisement in the Daily Prothom Alo.


April 26, 2005

Agreement signed with Citycell

An agreement has been signed between Pacific Bangladesh Telecom Limited (Citycell) and 3SM Systems regarding the first ever picture based Bangla SMS system in Bangladesh. This event took place at the Citycell Head Office on the 26th of April, 2005. Following are some snapshots of the informal agreement-signing ceremony.


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