Jabber, Inc. develops and markets commercial real-time presence and messaging solutions for the enterprise, government, communications/service providers, financial services, and original equipment manufacturer markets. It offers JabberNow that provides out-of-the-box collaboration features, such as presence-based instant messaging and text conferencing/group chat in a secure messaging environment to small and medium workforces; and Jabber Extensible Communications Platform, a presence, messaging, and XML routing platform.
The company also provides Jabber MomentIM, an extensible Windows desktop client; Jabber Messenger for the Web, a zero-footprint Web browser client; and Mobile Clients solution that offers instant messaging and presence functionality to mobile users. In addition, it offers maintenance and support, installation and configuration assistance, training, consulting, and custom development services. Jabber offers its products through reseller, strategic, and development partners.
The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Denver, Colorado with additional offices in Washington, District of Columbia. As of October 31, 2008, Jabber, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cisco Systems, Inc.
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