NAT devices and firewalls are major barriers
to widespread adoption of VoIP, and IETF work STUN, TURN,
and ICE provide an excellent methodology to address this
issue. Unfortunately, ICE is a very complex methodology.
Internet engineering experts at IETF have taken more than 6
years to develop it. Real implementation requires
considerable insight and experience to get it right. Eyeball
has invested many years to develop its technology, and its
NAT traversal technology has been field-tested for more than
5 years. If you want to integrate ICE in your products and
services, and are working with time-to-market and
development cost constraints, getting the NAT traversal
solution from technology experts at Eyeball may be your best
option. Otherwise you may risk going into a prolonged cycle
of development which may cause your project to go out of
budget and delay your product launch.
Eyeball provides comprehensive and
award-winning NAT-traversal solutions comprising two
products: (a) AnyFirewall Engine - a feature-rich NAT
traversal SDK incorporating ICE, and (b)STUN TURN Server
- a carrier-grade STUN and TURN server. VoIP application
developers, device makers, and service providers can now
integrate and deploy these solutions into their products in
order to guarantee VoIP and video call completion across NATs, firewalls, and web proxies.