Jabber, Inc. Ships Version 4.2 of Jabber XCP and Jabber IMA; New Java Toolkit Extends Platform Customization Beyond C++.
DENVER -- Jabber, Inc., a leading provider of real-time presence and messaging solutions, today announced the immediate availability of Jabber XCP XCP Extensible Communications Platform (Jabber)
XCP eXtended Copy Protection (First 4 Internet; UK)
XCP Explicit Control Protocol
XCP Expendable Current Profiler 4.2 and Jabber IMA (Interactive Multimedia Association, Annapolis, MD) An earlier trade association founded in 1988 originally as the Interactive Video Industry Association. It provided an open process for adopting existing technologies and was involved in subjects such as networked services, scripting 4.2. Jabber Extensible Communications Platform (Jabber XCP), the company's flagship presence and messaging platform extends the power of presence to any real-time application, system, or service. Jabber Instant Messaging Advanced (Jabber IMA) is a robust, scalable solution for secure enterprise instant messaging (EIM EIM Enterprise Incentive Management
EIM Enterprise Information Management
EIM Enterprise Identity Mapping (IBM)
EIM Enterprise Instant Messaging
EIM Employee Internet Management
EIM European Institute for the Media ).
Upgraded features in version 4.2 of both products include a new Java software development kit (SDK (Software Developer's Kit) See developer's toolkit and Windows SDK.
SDK - Software Developers Kit (or "Software Development Kit"). ) that allows developers to extend and customize the Jabber XCP/IMA server, using standard Java programming language. The SDK includes the most important functions of the server including the connection logic between the core server and a component; logging; Jabber ID functions and utilities; localized message lookup; and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) A widely used network monitoring and control protocol. Data are passed from SNMP agents, which are hardware and/or software processes reporting activity in each network device (hub, router, bridge, etc. ).
Jabber XCP/IMA 4.2 also includes a new external component redirector (ECR) feature that allows the Jabber session manager and text conferencing components to pass all messaging traffic through external components. The external components, created using Jabber SDKs for C++ and Java, can process packets and return them to the regular flow or prevent them from passing through altogether.
"The ECR is especially attractive to our customers who place a premium on compliance and/or security clearance," said Michael Helfrich, senior vice president of product strategy and marketing for Jabber, Inc. "In some scenarios, the ECR is used to redact To edit sensitive documents before release to the public. With today's heightened awareness of the legal implications of exposing information, it is common to redact even e-mail messages before sending them. specific words or phrases from some recipients or to insert information -- such as, hyperlinked stock symbols -- that appears as part of a conversation's natural flow."
Finally, version 4.2 of Jabber XCP/IMA includes a simplified server management tool with basic, intermediate, and advanced modes for server administrators. "Expanding the server administration tools is a direct response to customer feedback," explains Helfrich. "In basic mode, only the simplest options are shown to administrators while more advanced settings are configured automatically, at the same time more advanced users continue to enjoy the high degree of customization, flexibility and extensibility they have come to expect from Jabber, Inc. products."
For more information on Jabber XCP or Jabber IMA, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-308-3294.
About Jabber, Inc.
Jabber, Inc. is a leading provider of real-time messaging and presence solutions. More than five million users, representing hundreds of organizations worldwide, have licensed the Jabber XCP commercial server to underpin a wide variety of real-time, presence-powered applications, including enterprise instant messaging, transactional financial trading systems, government intelligence systems, and more. Jabber Inc., a 2004 eWeek Excellence Award Finalist, and Network Computing magazine "2004 Company to Watch," counts France Telecom, Lehman Brothers, Hewlett-Packard, AT&T, FedEx, BellSouth, McKesson, EDS (Electronic Data Systems, Plano, TX, www.eds.com) Founded in 1962 by H. Ross Perot (independent candidate for the President of the U.S. in 1992), EDS is the largest outsourcing and data processing services organization in the country. , Arcelor, CapWIN, and Juniper Networks amongst its customers. Jabber, Inc.'s investors include France Telecom (NYSE NYSE
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