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IM

 (ī′ĕm′) Informal
tr.v. IMed, IM·ing, IMs or IM'ed or IM'ing or IM's
1. To send (someone) an instant message: She IMed me to let me know that she would be late.
2. To express in an instant message: He IMed me that he wanted to meet at noon.
n.
An instant message.

IMS

abbreviation for
(Medicine) Indian Medical Service
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Since September 2000, IBM delivered 37 database tools to the market, supporting the latest releases of IMS and DB2.
IMS focuses on five primary areas of IT development: providing software and computer technical training to systems engineers and analysts at large companies; building prototypes and conducting proof-of-concept testing on networks that its clients are considering purchasing; developing security systems for clients who use the Internet to conduct business; creating and building computer systems networks for customers; and providing distance learning (training via the Internet) of technical and software systems.
TEL AVIV, Israel -- RADVISION (Nasdaq: RVSN), a leading provider of video network infrastructure and developer tools for unified visual communications over IP, 3G, and emerging next-generation IMS networks, today announced availability of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) DIAMETER Toolkit.
RADVISION will be showcasing its IMS Express(TM), the complete IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) Developer Suite, which meets the needs of IMS client and server developers for the emerging IMS market.
The report also presents the 2007-2011 global forecast of IMS subscribers, by geographic region.
a leading provider of mobile packet core solutions, today announced it successfully tested its Session Control Manager at the IMS Forum's IMS Plugfest[TM] for Applications and Services held at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH IOL) on January 15-19, 2007.
Ixia (Nasdaq:XXIA), a leading, global provider of IP performance test systems, today announced that its IxVoice[TM] test solution was used to validate the interoperability of a variety of devices and services at the IMS Forum's[TM] first annual IMS Plugfest[TM] for Applications and Services, held The University of New Hampshire's Interoperability Lab (UNH-IOL).
January's Plugfest is the first in a series of open IMS Forum Plugfests, to be hosted by the IMS Forum at the UNH IOL, which will run through 2008.
The Tekelec TekCore Session Manager also is being tested at the IMS Plugfest as one of the reference call session control function (CSCF) and reference SIP implementation platforms.
The two main drivers for IMS deployment are OPEX cost reduction and revenue generation.
The tests will also focus on building the reference IMS services test network for future IMS Plugfest events described in our roadmap.
In an industry first, the focus of the event will largely be on IMS application servers, which will play a key role for service providers delivering new services and features to their customers.