NEW YORK, Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Antepo, the leading provider of
Jabber-powered mobile Messaging solutions, announces its latest contribution
to the Jabber movement by releasing back an enhanced set of the Jabberbeans
Java APIs developed as part of its ACCEPT(TM) platform.
"By giving back to the hand that once fed us, and providing free access to
its enhanced version of Java-based Jabberbeans, Antepo wants to reinvigorate
previous initiatives that have fallen short in bringing Jabber to developers
who, like Antepo, believe in the flexibility of Java to deploy high-quality
enterprise and carrier-class software", Jean-Louis Seguineau, Chief Technology
Officer of Antepo says. "Anyone can attest to the adoption of Java by major
industry players in highly complex architectures. We want to offer Java
developers the opportunity to leverage Jabber in their own works. Offering
Java APIs is critical to opening the Jabber development community to the
Jabberbeans provided by Antepo are made available on
Antepo has an established track record as a strong supporter and
recognized player on the Jabber scene. Its ACCEPT(TM) carrier-grade platform
relies on Jabber protocol as its core enabling technology.
Antepo delivers ACCEPT(TM) (Advanced Converging Communications and
Enhanced Presence for the Telecom), an integrated Presence-based Mobile
Messaging solution for Communication Service Providers that extends Jabber
technology to next-generation wireless networks. ACCEPT enables seamless
access across 2G/2.5G (SMS, WAP) and 3G (J2ME, PocketPC) to real-time
Messaging and Presence management. Antepo serves top-notch customers, such as
Orange and Inmarsat. Antepo is a member of the Jabber Software Foundation.
For more information, please visit http://www.antepo.com.
About Jabber Software Foundation
The Jabber Software Foundation sets and manages Jabber XMPP protocol.
Jabber is an open, XML-based protocol for instant messaging and presence.
Jabber-based software is deployed on thousands of servers across the Internet
and is used by over a million people worldwide.
Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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