JXTA - Computer Definition
(JuXTApose) Pronounced "jux-tah," it is an open source protocol for peer-to-peer computing originally developed by Sun. Introduced in 2001, it enables data to be shared between clients as well as servers on the Internet. Its capabilities include establishing a peer group, finding a peer, file sharing and remote monitoring. For information, visit www.jxta.org. See RVP and peer-to-peer computing.