From: Stephen D. Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 30 2000 - 18:17:49 PST
Adam Rifkin wrote:
> Udhay pointed out:
> > > If you still have a need for an Instant Message product we suggest
> > > looking into JabberIM available at http://www.jabber.com.
> Hey, can anyone tell me how much of Jabber.com they own? Is it 50%?
> > > The Webb Services Team
> > > Webb Interactive Services, Inc.
> On the other hand, the Jabber.com division is really filling out
> nicely... congrats, Steve!
Thanks! It's going to be fun.
> Jabber made some real cool strides last quarter, too...
> -- Jabber and Red Hat forged a strategic relationship to deliver real-time
> messaging infrastructure to Red Hat embedded Linux. The new Jabber
> compatibility is designed to make it easy for developers of embedded
> Linux applications to add real-time messaging and XML routing to their
> -- During September, Jabber surpassed 10,000 server downloads with more
> than 1,000 of these servers now actively deployed on the Internet. The
> number of installed servers becomes an important metric, where any one
> server may potentially serve hundreds of thousands of end users. This
> signals the beginning of a new generation of instant messaging (IM) as
> a more strategic and embedded platform for real-time communications.
> 'Twill be fun to keep watching them. I hope they succeed.
> Neo: What are you trying to tell me? That I can dodge bullets?
> Morpheus: No, Neo. I'm trying to tell you that when you're ready, you won't have to.
> -- The Matrix
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