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Cisco scoops up Jabber

Network equipment giant buys "open standards" messaging company, not mentioning the open-source factor. Terms of the deal, likely a small purchase for Cisco, are undisclosed.

By September 19, 2008


Use Facebook Chat in Any IM Client

Facebook has announced that Facebook Chat will support AIM as well as XMPP or Jabber support, which means that any one will be able to use almost any IM client.

By February 26, 2010


Facebook Chat to work on Jabber IM clients

After launching with few features and very little developer support, the social network's internal IM client is already announcing future upgrades.

By May 14, 2008


LimeWire mixing social networking, P2P

With the beta release of LimeWire 5.0, the file-sharing giant brings Jabber-compatible services buddy lists and social elements to peer-to-peer networking.

By January 8, 2009


Jabber creator signs on to Wikia search project

Folks behind public encyclopedia Wikipedia enlist Jeremie Miller to help with Wikia project focused on open-source search tools.

By April 30, 2007


Cisco buys into corporate IM

Cisco Systems is buying Jabber, an open-source corporate instant-messaging platform, to compete more aggressively in unified communications.

By September 19, 2008


IM specialist Jabber gets new CEO

Company names Paul Guerin chief executive, joins forces with AOL to offer enterprise IM.

By April 14, 2005


Sony Ericsson Z610i: Mirror, mirror on the phone

The Sony Ericsson Z610i is a very shiny offering from the Japanese-Swedish group, who want you to glisten while you jabber away on your dog and bone

By September 1, 2006


Jabber gets IETF recognition

By February 2, 2004