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Jabber messaging client licensed by wireless service provider

Apr 24, 2002 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Denver, CO — (press release excerpt) — Jabber, Inc., a leading developer of software for extensible instant messaging (IM), today announced that the Jabber Communications Platform has been licensed by Aether Systems, Inc.

The Jabber Communications Platform is a robust software platform for building instant messaging and presence-enabled applications and services. Built around the XML-based Jabber open protocol, JCP delivers an engine on which service providers, enterprises, and software developers create custom IM, VoIP and other collaborative solutions. It is designed to provide a secure and private solution for either internal or external communications and is easily set up as a wireless gateway to enable real time communications to mobile devices.

Aether provides services, software, and support to extend applications from the desktop to wireless devices. Aether Fusion, Aether's wireless enabling technology foundation, is used to develop, deploy, and manage wireless solutions built on industry standard technologies.

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