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Synonyms for jabber

Synonyms for jabber

to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

Synonyms for jabber

rapid and indistinct speech

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talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner

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Hardware environment: Server 2003 Windows server two, respectively, equipped with XMPP Openfire server, Mysql database.
The virtus middleware: an xmpp based architecture for secure iot communications.
Additionally, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) formalized core XML streaming protocols as an approved instant messaging and presence technology under the name "XMPP" Major commercial supporters and users of XMPP chat include: Hewlett-Packard; Jabber, Inc.
XMPP is advantageous because of its reliability and its ability to provide secure, low-latency bidirectional communication, which is essential for ancillary services applications where rapid response is required.
And in keeping with the brilliantly simple approach, enterprises can leverage standard-based IM servers such as ShoreTel XMPP IM server or protect existing investments in already-installed technologies, such Microsoft Lync.
Messenger Integration; Google Voice Integration; Twitter Integration; XMPP Messenger Integration; File Transfer Client; and iTest Report Viewer for Firefox.
The addition of Jabcasts' secure XMPP technology is one more step in that direction.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications report also states that four characteristics have an important effect on the success of a product and satisfaction of users: mobility users increasingly expect full UC functionality across all mobile platforms and operating systems; openness in particular, enterprises expect good-quality support for SIP, XMPP and H.
XMPP is mandated by the DoD, for real-time communication including text messaging, multi-user chat, and the exchange of presence information.
The iFollow Presence Platform supports industry standards such as XDMS, OMA Presence, XMPP, Wireless Village and OSA/Parlay PAM and supports devices and clients such as embedded J2ME, Symbian and DoJa clients.