Tipic Releases timp.net Enterprise 2005, Instant Messaging Server for Wired and Wireless Environments and TipicME 3.0, Client for Mobile Phones

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timp.net Enterprise 2005 the easy-to-install and manage instant messaging solution scalable to ISP grade deployments, yet competitively priced, is now available coupled with TipicME 3.0 mobile advanced instant messaging client.

Tipic, Inc. (http://www.tipic.com), a pioneer of network independent, open protocol instant messaging platforms for wired and wireless devices, today announced the public joint release of timp.net Enterprise 2005 and TipicME 3.0, the next generation instant messaging and presence server and the advanced mobile phone client, now available for UMTS phones.

timp.net Enterprise 2005 is an open, scalable and secure instant messaging server for creating real-time communication services; it is designed for fast deployment, security, reliability and extensibility, enabling information exchange across multiple networks and devices. timp.net Enterprise 2005 follows the IETF XMMP specifications for instant messaging and presence exchange and is now based on the Microsoft .NET framework.

TipicME 3.0 secure wireless client extends connectivity to mobile phones, offering access to timp.net Enterprise 2005, and to XMPP servers, while in meetings or on the move; UMTS Phones support, photo sharing and active links are some of the latest additions.

“Back in 2002, TIMP 1.0 was the first instant messaging server based on XMPP (Jabber) to be available for the Windows platform. In 2003, TipicME was the first XMPP Wireless Client to be available for Symbian and Java Phones,” said Marco Palombi, CEO of Tipic. “So nobody should be surprised that today, in 2005, we are once again first to market with this easy-to-use instant messaging server for wired and wireless devices. It’s robust and flexible enough for massive ISP deployments”.

Mobile Communications

TipicME 3.0 supports an ample range of mobile platforms running on Nokia series 40 and series 60 mobile handsets, on Siemens and other brands that support SUN J2ME or Personal Java; TipicME is now also available on UMTS phones such as the SonyEricsson Z1010 and Motorola A1000. TipicME 3.0 interface has been revised, with improved usability, contextual menus and auto-login and is available as secure and signed application (certificated by Verisign).

Industrial Strength

Ideal for ISP carriers and massive deployments in general, timp.net Enterprise 2005 allows for scalability and load balancing, supports multiple domains on one instance and off-the-shelf POP3, Windows and a variety DB authentications. Small and medium-sized companies can also benefit from using timp.net.

Development Platform

Developers can create custom Microsoft .NET applications on top of timp.net Enterprise 2005 without the need for in-depth knowledge of the presence and instant messaging protocols. With timp.net application programming interface (API), developers can now add presence and IM functionality to existing enterprise systems and implement presence-aware applications to automate enterprise-wide communications, mobile computing, publish-subscribe features, and alerts.

Companies can license (white-label) TipicME and thanks to TipicME 3.0 APIs that allow RAD (Rapid Application Development) of phone clients, developers can concentrate on GUI (Graphic User Interface) implementations.

Flexible Pricing

timp.net Enterprise 2005’s pricing structure is based on the number of concurrent users. Customers pay only for what they actually use.

About Tipic

Tipic Inc. develops network independent instant messaging platforms based on open protocols for wired and wireless devices. Focused on security, scalability and usability, Tipic's products allow enterprises to reduce development, administration and training costs. Tipic's products have been thoroughly field tested over the years are used by major organizations, corporations and ISPs worldwide. Additional information about Tipic, Inc. can be found on the web at http://www.tipic.com.

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