>Get Windows 7 Mobile Broadband API Users Information In A Snap

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Mobile Broadband API is used to implement connectivity to cellular networks. It is designed for C++ developers and can be utilized by third-party applications that require controlling and managing mobile broadband interfaces. Mobile Broadband support begins with Windows 7. The Windows 7 Mobile Broadband API is used to implement connectivity to cellular networks and third-party applications can use it to control and manage mobile broadband interfaces and connections.
MaaS360 Glimpse for Mobile Data is a handy tool that provides a snapshot of end user connections for devices which are connected through the Windows 7 Mobile Broadband API. The displayed information includes device name, current network provider, connected status, firmware version, IMSI Number, ICCID Number, Available Data Class (HSUPA, UMTS, GRPS, etc), registered state (Home or Roaming) and so on. This can be of great use to helpdesk staff in order to identify any potential problems during the troubleshooting of connected mobile devices through the Windows 7 Mobile Broadband API.
To download this free software, you will require filling in a form and entering your email address, after which you will be redirected to the download page. Mass Glimpse, automatically begins scanning for connected devices after being launched.
Once the scan is complete, you can click View Report to see the details of the connected devices to your  Mobile Broadband API.
Once you click on View Report, the gathered information is displayed in your default browser with a complete list of the connected mobile devices, their manufacturer, model, firmware details, signal error rate, signal strength, available data class, interface ID, service provider ID, service provider name,  register state (e.g. roaming and much more. This makes identification and troubleshooting of mobile broadband connectivity devices easy.

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